23 Feb. 1923

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23 Feb. 1923 - compare H i g h time it is for u^ to ' the...
compare H i g h time it is for u^ to ' the cause of the fast vanishing Anier; ican Indians. "A century of dishonor' 1 has its added years, and yet ^\e decehc and dcstioy the last remnant of a d e f r a u d e d lace. It iilege a.s a child to hear the story of Chief IShabona, the friend of the I White, from the lips of the early I tiers, whose live' were saved by It was my joy a.s a child to meet and his meager band of followers, I more than 50 in all, where my | let them camp and hunt in his wood| land, The picture taken for'the j issue of Parks and ·Memorials is ] a (portrait painted by Dore Weber, i the Court House at Morris, Illinois, |and near there a little farm «as the chief and his tribe. A book could be filled w i t h the story illtreatment and wrongs. The first volume of a recent history, The teniel History of Illinois, recounts much of these wrongs--atrocities to curdle your blood. Ft is time for Americans to think! Be sure and hear Mrs. Fowler's lecture, February 28, at the M. E. church.

Clipped from The Daily Herald23 Feb 1923, FriPage 6

The Daily Herald (Chicago, Illinois)23 Feb 1923, FriPage 6
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