Waynedale History

August 13, 2008 marked a day in Bishop Luers High School history. The first graduating class from Bishop Luers High School, Class of 1962,   gave a special welcome to our 50th class of freshmen. The Class of 2012 were greeting by Mary Jane Millikan, Class of 1962, and Roseann Simmons with a t-shirt marking our 50th Anniversary. All students and staff received the 50th Anniversary t-shirt to wear at several events marking Bishop Luers High School's Anniversary.

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"The Miami Nation in Today's Perspective was presented to the Fort Wayne Quest Club on October 29, 1993 by William R. Clark: During the late 1600s the Miami tribe occupied the land west of Lake Michigan, but by the 1700s the tribe migrated to the southeast, partly because of British and French fur trading centers and also because of hostile neighbors. A member of the Macro Algonquin linguistic family, the tribe included the Painkeshaw who came to reside in the lower Wabash Valley region around...

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"The Miami Nation in Today's Perspective of Native Americans," was presented to the Fort Wayne Quest Club on October 29, 1993 by William R. Clark, Jr.: The title of this paper includes the term "Nation" as in Miami Nation," and perhaps implies a degree of political organization and cohesiveness that did not truly exist for the Miamis or their neighbors. The title also includes the phrase "in today's perspective." The Miamis, like all Native Americans, passed their historical beliefs from one...

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