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Facts for Kids: Wyandot Indians (Wyandots) __ "Information about the Wyandot Indians for students and teachers." - From -

History of the Wyandot (Huron) to 1614___This overview covers the years up to the beginning of the Wyandot/Huron association with the new French settlements. - Text only - From James Hunter and the Huronia Museum, Midland, Ontario, Canada - 

Huron ___A good article which provides an overview of Huron daily life, history and government. - Text only - From emuseum - 


Huron __ "Americans usually do not realize that Huron and Wyandot are the same people." You will find a listing of sub-nations and villages/missions, culture, and a good history. - 

Huron Indian Homes ___This a brief, but informative, description of the Huron traditional longhouse. - Illustrated - Source unknown - 

The Huron Indians ___"The history, culture, religion and way of life of these fierce Huron woodland Indians." - Text only - From Pagewise, Inc. -

The Huron Indians ___Location and population are two of the topics covered here. The green text is a bit hard on the eyes. - Text only - Source unknown -  

Huron Indians ___A rather lengthy page for an encyclopedic entry, but chockful of good information. - Text only - From the Catholic Encyclopedia -

Resources on the Huron/Wendat Confederacy __ List of online resources. - From - 

Vocabularies of the Shawanoese and Wyandott Languages ___"The development of the seventeenth century Huron tribal alliance is investigated using evidence from dialect analysis of the phonetic features found in writings of the Wendat language (Huron and Petun)." As you can see, this page is for advanced students. - Text only - From John Steckley, Humber College - 

Wendat Dialects and the Development of the Huron Alliance ___"These dialect connections have implications for how various groups of speakers of Wendat were politically associated prior to the founding of the 'Huron' and the 'Petun' as distinct configurations of peoples. Finally, some speculative remarks are made as to the nature of the mysterious Bog tribe of the Huron, about which so little is known." As you can see from this quote, the information here is presented in a scholarly fashion and is intended for students at an advanced level of education. - Text only - From John Steckley, Humber College - 

Wendat Confederacy ___This is the text of the document which formed the Wendat Confederacy. It's dated August, 1999 and you can read the names of the chiefs who signed it. - From - 

Wyandot __To access information relevant to what you'll find in this encyclopedic entry, click on any hoghlighted text. - Text only - From Wikipedia -

Wyandot Language and the Wyandot/Huron Tribe (Wendat, Wyandotte) __ "Wyandot language information and introduction to the culture of the Wyandotte/Huron Indians." - From -

Wyandot Nation of Kansas Website ___A huge site which will take a big chunk of your research time to get through. Topics include history, genealogy and language. - Illustrated - From the Wyandot Nation of Kansas - 



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