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George Copway (1818–1869)

Copway, George. Native name, Kah-ge-ga-gaw-bowh. An Indian journalist, lecturer, and miscellaneous writer; born in Michigan, 1818; died about 1869. He belonged to the Ojibway tribe, and was settled in New York. He wrote: ‘Recollections of a Forest Life’; ‘The Ojibway Conquest,’ a poem; ‘Running Sketches of Men and Places in Europe’; etc.