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Date: 1902 ca.
Description: Boys walking in a Memorial Day parade, in front of the Women's Relief Corps with umbrellas.
Description: Girls walking in a parade, probably on Memorial Day.
Description: A cattail mat–covered wigwam (ciiporoke) and a small teepee were set up in a mock Ho-Chunk village for the 1908 homecoming celebration.
Date: 1900 ca.
Description: View of the Hauser home, the residence of Rev. Jacob Hauser. He was a missionary to the Winnebago Native Americans from 1878 to 1885.
Description: Men and women pose on an old stage coach pulled by four horses. In the background are commercial buildings at the corner of Main and First Streets. The coa...
Description: A woman sits at a reed organ while another looks on.
Date: 1915 ca.
Description: Jim Swallow (MaPaZoeRayKeKah) and Pinkey Bigsolder (HoWaWinKah), as well as an unidentified child, cross at the corner of Main and South First Street. Jim...
Description: Men at the Mose Bone Sample Room. Two men sit on chairs on the porch in front. A male dwarf is walking on the board sidewalk in front of the saloon, which...
Description: Families gathered outside of Werner's Drugstore on annuity pay day. A sign reads "Medicine sold here" in Ho-Chunk, German, and Norwegian. The Ho-Chunk syll...
Description: View of main street, and the Black River.
Date: 1908 ca.
Description: Groups of Ho-Chunk and non-Indians gather on the streets of Black River Falls during the 1908 Homecoming Celebration.
Date: 1911 ca.
Description: Four Ho-Chunk people cross a bridge spanning the Black River. This photograph was taken before the flood of October 1911, when the bridge was completely de...
Description: Ho-Chunk Chief Winneshiek leads a powwow just North of Main Street in Black River Falls.
Description: Women's Relief Corps with umbrellas parading down the street. Stuffed eagle parading as "Old Abe." Directly behind the two flags are, from left to right:...
Description: Drummers and dancers at pow wow led by Chief Winneshiek, below Lutheran Church in a canvas enclosure.
Date: 1917 ca.
Description: View looking across the river east into Black River Falls during the flood, showing the elevated level of the river and buildings falling into the water.
Description: A group of performers takes a break from entertaining tourists. The man on the left is wearing a traditional Ho-Chunk beaded shirt, belt, and breechcloth (...
Description: View across river of several collapsing buildings on the edge of flooded river banks, during the flood.
Date: 1922 ca.
Description: Construction site with construction crew working, people walking on the sidewalk, and a billboard advertising Oshkosh B'gosh.
Date: 1930 ca.
Description: View of downtown, with a bridge and buildings in the background and storefronts in the foreground.
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