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COLLECTION 24
 
Photos from the Phil Krause Collection
Kilsoquah
"Sun Woman"

Granddaughter of
Miami Chief Little Turtle

Lived from 1810 to 1915

 

Kilsoquah lived to be 105 years old and she saw the frontier forests of Kekionga and Northeast Indiana evolve into the thriving city of Fort Wayne. She also witnessed the Miami Indian's woodland culture being replaced by the technology of the 19th and 20th centuries.

 
 
Joseph H. Krause with Peggy
(Father of Herbert Krause, Grandfather of Phil Krause)
 

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