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IHB > Historical Markers > Find a Marker > Christmas (Noel) Dagenet > Annotated Text: Christmas (Noel) Dagenet > Christmas (Noel) Dagenet - Footnote 3 Christmas (Noel) Dagenet - Footnote 3

Christmas (Noel) Dagenet (1) Historical Marker
(61.2004.1)

Footnote 3

Son of French fur trader Ambrose Dagenet and Mechinquamesha, sister of Wea chief Jacco.

Noel Dashney to John C. Calhoun, Secretary of War, received August 5, 1824, typescript in Walter Crotchett, "Last Chief of the Weas, The Story of the Confederated Tribes in Miami County [Kansas]," edited by Philip S. Thomas (1981)

Noel Dashney to John C. Calhoun, Secretary of War, received August 5, 1824, typescript in Walter Crotchett, "Last Chief of the Weas, The Story of the Confederated Tribes in Miami County [Kansas]," edited by Philip S. Thomas (1981)

Noel Dashney to John C. Calhoun, Secretary of War, received August 5, 1824, typescript in Walter Crotchett, "Last Chief of the Weas, The Story of the Confederated Tribes in Miami County [Kansas]," edited by Philip S. Thomas (1981)

Charles J. Kappler, Indian Affairs, Laws and Treaties, 2 vols. (Washington, D.C., 1903), 2:118 is the authority for the spelling of Mechinquamesha, sister of Wea chief Jacco.

Charles J. Kappler, Indian Affairs, Laws and Treaties, 2 vols. (Washington, D.C., 1903), 2:118 is the authority for the spelling of Mechinquamesha, sister of Wea chief Jacco.