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Date: 1911 ca.
Description: A panoramic view of Black River Falls' flooded streets, possibly taken during the flood of 1911. Three men are standing on the sidewalk next to the "Tollac...
Date: 1925 ca.
Description: Front view of Masonic temple.
Date: 1920 ca.
Description: Seven Ho-Chunk men stand in a cranberry bog holding the hand scoops used to harvest cranberries. The long narrow slats at the front of the hand scoops were...
Date: 1908 ca.
Description: Colorized photographic postcard of an elevated view of the power station next to the river. A bridge is in the background.
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: 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...
Date: 1902 ca.
Description: Grand Army of the Republic in Memorial Day Parade, on the north side of Main Street, between First and Water Streets. Iver Erickson's shoemaker shop is at...
Date: 1900 ca.
Description: Two unidentified young Ho-Chunk girls with smallpox are kneeling outside their lodge. Some of the Ho-Chunk suffering from smallpox were quarantined during...
Date: 1905 ca.
Description: Two boys, each with a cow, posing in front of a house and standing on the lawn framing a woman and young child standing on a board sidewalk.
Description: Groups of Ho-Chunk and non-Indians gather on the streets of Black River Falls during the 1908 Homecoming Celebration.
Date: 1922 ca.
Description: Outdoor portrait of a European American group, including four women, three men, and a girl posing standing by two cars on the side of a road. The car on th...
Description: Elevated view of men working on telephone lines from scaffolding attached to the pole in front of the telephone exchange building.
Date: 1906 date unknown
Description: C.N. Oulie Jewelry Store located at 9 Main Street. Sign reflected in the window advertises the Wisconsin State Fair, September 10-14, 1906.
Description: Ho-Chunk men and women sitting and standing around a large medicine drum in an area portioned off by canvas barriers in front of a lodge. Identified as the...
Description: Elderly woman in a long skirt sitting on the front steps of a house.
Description: Photographic postcard view of a street scene. Groups of people are gathered along the sidewalks near storefronts. A building on the left has a painted sign...
Description: A cattail matcovered wigwam (ciiporoke) and a small teepee were set up in a mock Ho-Chunk village for the 1908 homecoming celebration.
Description: Man posed sitting in a chair and a woman posed standing next to a tree.
Description: View across water of trees and wooden buildings submerged in water, probably during the 1911 (or 1905) flood of the Black River.
Date: 1901 ca.
Description: John Mike Jr. (HayShooKeekah), rear left, pictured with his family. Standing from left to right are daughters Ada Mike (HunkEWinKah), Lizzie Mike (WeHunKah...
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