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Tag - Chief Richardville

Posted on June 04, 2019 at 8:00:00 am by Holly H.

Chief Richardville House: A Step Back in Time

During your next Fort Wayne visit, take a step back in time and stop by the Chief Richardville House -- which honors the memory of Miami Chief Jean Baptiste de Richardville, a great negotiator in American History.

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Posted on March 25, 2019 at 8:00:00 am by Viv S.

Surprising Things You’ll Find in Fort Wayne, Indiana

There are so many surprising and fun things to do in Fort Wayne, Indiana that after I asked my immediate family members and a few friends about their favorite places, I received over 50 suggested sites! The majority of the responders do not live in the city, but elsewhere in northeast Indiana. However, for many of them, the chosen place to work and play is – you guessed it – Fort Wayne!  

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Posted on November 09, 2014 at 9:00:39 am by The History Center

The Voice of the Miami

“Father, we think our answer is good—You point to the West and ask us to go there—There I shall never go, nor will my people. They are all opposed to leaving here. They will not sell their lands. I speak not for myself, but for my people—What you hear from me is the voice of the Miami. We ... More ›

Posted on June 24, 2011 at 2:15:29 pm by Jan B.

Relive History at Miami Indian Heritage Days

Native American history comes alive each month at the Miami Heritage Days. The History Center hosts educational Saturday afternoons at Chief Richardville’s where visitors can learn about some of Fort Wayne’s earliest inhabitants — The Miami Indians. For the first Saturday of every month, ... More ›

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