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Black Hoof seen and heard him as “the
Prominent in the Indian Hall
of Fame but little remembered
in white men’s legend, was Black
Hoof, whom the Indians called
Cata-he-cassa and who was rul
ing chief of the Shawnee tribes
around Piqua and Wapakoneta
before the white people came
and for several decades there
after.
Born in the first 1720’s in Flor
ida, where the Shawnee nation
originated, Black Hoof came with
his people in a round about way
in the beginning of the 18th cen
tury via the mountains and the
Susquehanna river, who, reduced
to about 70 families by war, set
tled along the Scioto and Miami
rivers, at Piqua on the latter.
From Piqua the Shawnees moved
to Wapakoneta. The 70 families
soon increased to about 1,500
Shawnees, about half of whom
were warriors. Such was the en
vironment in which Black Hoof
grew up.
Black Hoof was there with
others at Braddock’s defeat near
Pittsburgh in 1755 and was in all
the Indian wars in Ohio from
that period until the 1795 treaty
of peace at Greenville after
the Indians’ defeat by Wayne a
year previous. So wise and skilled
in military affairs was Black
Hoof that he never lacked for
warriors to fight under his com
mand. He was known far and
wide as the great Shawnee war
rior whose sagacity, cunning and
experience were equalled only by
the fierce and desperate bravery
with which he carried out his
military plans. He was the in
veterate foe of the white man
and held that there should be no
peace until the white people were
back on the other side of the
mountains and only Indians in
habited the Ohio country.
Cata-he-cassa was an excellent
speaker and was the principal
orator of his tribe. He was de
scribed by the whites who had
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TItE BLUFFTON NEWS, BLUFFTON, iOHIO
Despite his hatred of the white
people and his uncompromising
fight against them through more
than 100 battles during 40 years,
Black Hoof became convinced of
the futility of an ineffectual strug
gle against a vastly superior and
steadily increasing foe. Satisfied
of this truth he acted on it with
the speed and decision that
marked all his activities. The
temporary success of the Indi*
ans in several engagements pri
or to their defeat by Wayne had
buoyed up their expiring hopes
but that signal defeat indicated
that the time had come to make
peace. Black Hoof was one of
the first to realize it and after
signing the Greenville treaty be
came the firm ally and friend of
those against whom his tom
ahawk so long had been directed.
He became the white people’s
friend, not from sympathy nor
conviction, but from necessity—
there was no middle course and
submission alone could save his
tribe from destruction.
Ever thereafter he kept out of
Indian campaigns against the
white men. In the War of 1812
he cast his lot with the United
States and against Britain. In
January, 1813, when visiting the
camp of General Tupper at Ft.
McArthur' he was sitting by the
fire about 10 o’clock at night
when someone fired a pistol
through a hole in the wall and
shot Black Hoof in the face. He
fell and for a time was supposed
to be dead, but revived and af
terwards recovered. The at-
tempted assassin never was ap
prehended.
Black Hoof w'as opposed to
polygamy and was opposed to the
practice of burning prisoners. He
lived 40 years with one wife and
raised a numerous family of chil
dren, loved and respected by
them and the tribe.
His disposition was cheerful
and his conversation sprightly
and agreeable to all who talked
with him. He was small five
feet, eight, always in good health
and had good sight until the day
of his death.
Shortly before the last of the
Shawnee tribes was moved from
LEGAL NOTICE
SALE OF REAL ESTATE
In the Probate Court.
Hancock County. Ohio.
In the Matter of the
Estate of Grace S. McBain
Case No. 1245 Doc. Z-17 Page 81
In the pursuance of the order of the
Probate Court of Hancock County, Ohio,
1 will offer for sale at public auction
on the 5th day of November. 1959, at 2
o'clock P, M., on the premises, located
two miles South of Bluffton on County
Road No. 15 (the Hancock-Allen Co.
Line road) and described as follows:
Being the Northwest Part of the
Northwest Quarter (*4) of Section
Nineteen (19). Township Two (2)
South, Range Nine (9) East, con
taining Forty-Four (44) acres, also:
Sixty (60) acres off the South Part
of the Northwest Quarter (’4) of
Section Nineteen (19). Township
Two (2) South, Range Nine (9)
East.
Containing in the whole a total of
One Hundred and Four (104) acres
of land, more or less.
Said premises are appraised at $39,
000.00 and must be sold for not less
than two-thirds (2/8) of said appraised
value. Terms—10% cash on day of sale,
balance cash on delivery of deed.
PAUL R. CAPELL,
Administrator of the Estate of
Grace 8. McBain.
Auctioneer: Clyde Warren
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most graceful Indian ever seen
-and possessing the most natural
and happy faculty of expressing
his ideas.” He knew and remem
bered all the traditions of his
people and understood equally
well the relations of the whites
who were slowly encroaching on
the Indians’ lands and could de
tail every wrong they had com
mitted against the Indians.
HJy Ted W. Brown-*
Secretary of State of Ohio
Preparing for the general elec
tion, November 3 requires many
weeks of work on the part of the
Secretary of State’s office and the
88 county boards of election. This
planning has been in process for
some time.
One of the most important func
tions of boards of elections will
be the appointment of thousands
of men and women who will
serve as election officials at the
more than 12,500 polling places.
The deadline for such appoint
ments is September 15.
Recommendations are made
for judges and clerks by the two
political parties and we are
pleased to say that the political
leaders who select these precinct
booth officials are making better
selections. We have stressed
through our educational proces
ses the importance of getting the
highest caliber persons to serve.
Ohio has made rapid strides in
eliminating laxity, irregularity
Wapakoneta in 1832 to Kansas by
the U. S. government, Black
Hoof, his Indian name, Cata-he
cassa, died at 110 years of age.
He was buried in the old Indian
graveyard at Wapakoneta and
rests there today in a lost and
long leveled grave.
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this to the training which has
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citizens who are selected for what
is a rather difficult task on elec
tion day.
We salute the men and women
who will serve in these capaci
ties on November 3!
HOW’S YOUR ELECTION IQ?
—Since members of the armed
forces are sometimes a long way
from home, do they need to be
registered to vote?
Secretary of State’s answer:
No. Persons who are members
of the armed forces need not be
registered in order to vote while
they are still in the service. Upon
discharge they must be register
ed (if they live in a registration
area) to vote on November 3, ex
cept that if they are discharged
after September 23 they may
vote an Armed Service Absent
Voter ballot at the board of elec
tions providing they make appli
cation by 12 noon, October 31.
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Dimes before 1917—32,000.00 Quar
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THURSDAY, OCT. 29, 1959
ON OCTOBER 3. 1921, the USS
Olympia sailed from Newport,
R. I., for France to return the
body of the WWI Unknown Sol
dier for burial at Arlington, Va.
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