Petun Nation
Petun Nation
One of the three great divisions of the Huron Indians

Catholic Encyclopedia. . 2006.

Petun Nation
    Petun Nation
     Catholic_Encyclopedia Petun Nation
    One of the three great divisions of the Huron Indians, the other two being the Hurons proper, and the Neutrals. What was common to the three in name, country, population, government, religion, history, etc., previous to their dispersion by the Iroquois, is to be found under the heading of HURON INDIANS. In that article the fate of the Neutrals after the disastrous event and the migration of the Hurons proper were treated in full. Seeing that the Petun or Tobacco Nation, as soon as their scattered remnants had gradually drifted together, became known to the English colonists as the Dionondadies or Wyandots, which latter name they bear exclusively at the present day, what concerns their migrations in the West has been collected under the article WYANDOT INDIANS.
    ARTHUR EDWARD JONES
    Transcribed by M. Donahue

The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume VIII. — New York: Robert Appleton Company. . 1910.


Catholic encyclopedia.

Look at other dictionaries:

  • Saugeen First Nation — This article is about a First Nation located in southwestern Ontario. For the First Nation located in northwestern Ontario, see Ojibway Nation of Saugeen First Nation. Saugeen First Nation is an Ojibway First Nation located along the Saugeen… …   Wikipedia

  • Neutral Nation — redirects here. For a nation which is neutral in a war, see Neutrality (international relations). The Neutrals, also known as the Attawandaron, were an Iroquoian nation of North American native people who lived near the shores of Lake Ontario and …   Wikipedia

  • Huron Indians — • If language may be taken as a fair criterion to go by, the Hurons proper were the original stock from which sprang all the branches of the great Iroquoian family, whether included in the primitive federation of the Five Nations, or standing… …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • Timeline of Christian missions — This timeline of Christian missions chronicles the global expansion of Christianity through a sampling of missionary outreach events. A more general timeline of Christianity and History of Christianity is also available. Apostolic Age Earliest… …   Wikipedia

  • Collingwood, Ontario — Town of Collingwood Logo …   Wikipedia

  • Christianity in the 17th century — The first page of Genesis from the 1611 first edition of the Authorized King James Version. The KJV is an Early Modern English translation of the Bible by the Church of England that was begun in 1604 and completed in 1611.[1] See also …   Wikipedia

  • Wyandot — Huron redirects here. For other uses, see Huron (disambiguation). Infobox Ethnic group group=Wendat (Huron, Wyandot, Wyandotte) poptime=circa 2001: 8,000Fact|date=January 2008 popplace=Canada ndash; Quebec, southwest Ontario; United States ndash; …   Wikipedia

  • Geschichte Ontarios — Die Geschichte Ontarios, einer Provinz Kanadas, reicht mit Blick auf die menschliche Besiedlung bis an das Ende der letzten Eiszeit zurück, also mindestens bis 9000 v. Chr. Den ersten Bewohnern, wohl Karibujägern, folgten Angehörige der… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Tionontati — Die Tionontati oder Petun waren ein Indianervolk das eine der irokesischen Sprachen gebrauchte. Sie waren mit den benachbarten Huronen nahe verwandt. Sie lebten ursprünglich in neun Dörfern an der Nottawasaga Bay im Grey und im Simcoe County in… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Geschichte Quebecs — Die Geschichte Québecs, einer Provinz Kanadas, reicht mit Blick auf die menschliche Besiedlung bis an das Ende der letzten Eiszeit zurück. Die ersten Europäer kamen vor 1500 in die Region, die bis 1763 zwischen Franzosen und Briten umstritten… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

Share the article and excerpts

Direct link
Do a right-click on the link above
and select “Copy Link”