Research on the Pawnee Indians during the 1800’s

by Dr. Pelham Mead The Pawnee Indians were farmers and hunters. They planted corn and other crops and then went hunting for buffalo during the summer. When they came back they harvested their crops. They lived in the Kansas and Montana area during the 1800’s. Before the white man arrived there were 10,000 pawnee. AfterContinue reading “Research on the Pawnee Indians during the 1800’s”

Saving Lincoln, The Kate Warne story

by Dr. Pelham Mead SAVING LINCOLN SAVING LINCOLN, THE KATE WARNE STORY By Dr. Pelham Mead III 1 2 ACT ONE-WAGON TRAGEDY. 1 SCENE 1- EXT. DAY-JULY 1856 2 It was a rainy day in Chicago in July and the streets were muddy and rutted. The cobble stones were slippery and the gutter overflowed withContinue reading “Saving Lincoln, The Kate Warne story”