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Description: Portrait of Austin E. Quinney with dog.
Date: 1840 ca.
Description: A view of the Roman Catholic community of St. Nazianz.
Description: Fort Crawford (the second site, with buildings of 1829-?), on the east bank of the Mississippi River, about 2 miles above the mouth of the Wisconsin River.
Description: Watercolor of the Reid House, residence of William Reid at the head of Big Foot Lake (Lake Geneva). Two children and a woman are in the foreground.
Description: Portrait of Ellen Clarinda Martin Kneeland.
Date: 1845 ca.
Description: View of Cheever's Mill, located on the St. Croix River.
Description: Photograph of a painting of the second Fort Crawford, built 1829-1835. The first Fort Crawford at Prairie du Chien was built in 1816, abandoned in 1826, r...
Description: Women showing fabric to two men.
Description: Oil portrait of John W. Quinney (1797-1855).
Description: View of Watertown.
Date: 1842 ca.
Description: American Fur Company with both Mission churches. Sketch purportedly by a Native American youth. Probably an overpainted photographic copy enlargement. Pape...
Description: View of the gorge at St. Croix with a boat and multiple figures visible in the background.
Description: A view of Fort Crawford (the second site and buildings of 1829-?).
Description: Portrait of wife and daughter of Austin E. Quinney, chief of the Stockbridge nation.
Description: Ke-wah-ten or "The North Wind," sister to Iwa-toke, "The Serpent."
Description: Menominee woman, Iwa-toke, "The Serpent," sister to Ke-wah-ten, "The North Wind."
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