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- 22 July 2017 Bill Bland
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Io by relentless US Government pressure urged on by land hungry whites She and her fellow Wyandots traveled in wagons across Ohio and by steamboats from Ohio to Kansas In Kansas Caty build a new life among many hardships Trauma had erased her childhood memory but after a life as an Indian with much persecution by whites one day in 1848 fate put her face to face with a brother she had never met At last Yourowuains learned her own identity; and her aged mother learned her little golden haired daughter's fat.
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Age twenty eight she became Tarhe's widow Under an 1817 treaty with the US Government Caty received a large tract of Ohio land She later married Tauyaurontoyou a noble Wyandot warrior and leader who too became a chief Tauyaurontoyou became a licensed Methodist minister and famous preacher under his translated name Between the Logs Following the death of Between the Logs Caty married an Indian warrior named Frost Two years later she was again widowed In 1843 Caty and her Wyandot Tribe were driven out of Oh.
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Historical biography of Caty Sage a five year old white girl kidnapped from her home in Elk Creek Virginia in 1792 She was carried on horseback to a Cherokee Indian camp at Trade Tennessee where she was traded by her kidnappers to a Cherokee tribe Four days after her capture she was taken on a grueling 600 mile trek north which included a wold canoe ride down the New and Kanawha Rivers In Ohio she was adopted by Wyandot Indians and named Yourowuains At seventeen she married Tarhe Chief of the Wyandots At.