Wyandotte: The Story Of A Namesake 1649-1818

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The town of Wyandotte, Michigan, was named for the Wyandots, a Native American tribe who settled along the shores of the Detroit River. The true history of the Wyandots, and how the city became named for them, has never been told - until now. The Wyandots were never that quiet, sedate "cultured" tribe as depicted in most Wyandotte histories. They were warriors and traders, peace-loving but known for passion and violence where needed. Almost exterminated, first by their Native American enemies and later by the United States government, the Wyandots were - and are today - survivors.

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Richard Buchko is a writer of history, biography, science-fiction, business, management, western, and many other books. His concise style and common sense approach to all his work makes him an author easy and enjoyable to read.

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