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Description: Oil portrait of Wa-bo-kia-skiek or White Cloud the Prophet.
Description: "Tallmadge, Nathaniel Pitcher (Feb. 8, 1795-Nov. 2, 1864), lawyer, politician, U.S. Senator from N.Y., territorial governor of Wisconsin, b. Chatham, N.Y....
Description: Page one of "Green-Bay Intelligencer".
Description: Increase Lapham's plan for the canal terminus on Portsmouth Point at the confluence of the Scioto and Ohio Rivers.
Date: 1833 ca.
Description: Township/section map showing Rodolf land and nearby neighbors.
Description: Published by Baldwin and Craddock under the superintendence of the Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge, April 1, 1833. Printed by Russell Penge;...
Description: Drawing on a faint grid with Lake Michigan on the right, and the rivers on the left. Labeled is an Indian Village, J. Veiu, S. Juneau, and P. Juneau. Alo...
Description: Painting of Black Hawk by Robert M. Sully. Black Hawk, a Native American Sauk warrior and leader, sought to attack and drive out the settlers in the Blue M...
Description: Indians fighting at Fort Mackenzie (Montana).
Description: Portrait of Black Hawk (Mac-Cut-I-Mish-E-Ca-Cu-Cac) painted from life.
Description: Published in James Smith Buck's, "Pioneer History of Milwaukee". Lake Michigan is on the right, with three rivers that combine at different points and reac...
Description: Illustration of the Solomon Juneau fur trading post at Milwaukee in 1833.
Description: Abigail Louise Smith Tallmadge (1804-1857) was the daughter of a New York judge and the mother of nine children. This portrait of Mrs. Tallmadge was painte...
Description: Map of part of the military road from Fort Crawford to Fort Howard. "Recorded on pages 668.669 Book B." Surveyed by Lieut. Center. Scale: 2 miles = 1 inch.
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