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Hunting Man Smith

Hunting Man (Henry) Smith
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Henry Smith was a Native American and member of the Ho-Chunk tribe.

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Biography

Name

"Hunting Man" would be Wąkwažoniga, but this name is unattested.

Why two of John Waukon's sons adopted the white surname "Smith" is unknown.

Lineage

Hexom says (29), "John Waukon has one daughter, Mrs. Henry Big Fire, and two sons, Henry Smith ('Hunting Man') and John Smith ('Che-wy-scha-ka') still living [as of 1913]."

Sources

Charles Philip Hexom, Indian History of Winneshiek County (Decorah, Iowa: A. K. Bailey and Son, Inc., 1913).



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Henry is 22 degrees from Cecil B. DeMille, 27 degrees from Rosalie Neve and 22 degrees from Henry VIII of England on our single family tree. Login to find your connection.

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