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How Native Life was Transformed

Discover how white contact disrupted and transformed Indian life in Wisconsin in the 17th and 18th centuries.

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Description: Studio portrait of three Ho-Chunk boys posed in front of a painted backdrop. In the center a Ho-Chunk boy is posed sitting wearing a suit, hat, and necktie...

Date: 1905 ca.

Description: Studio portrait of two Ho-Chunk men posed sitting in front of a Ho-Chunk man posed standing, all wearing hats, and the two men sitting wearing suits. They...

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Description: Double exposure, one exposure of a studio full-length portrait of a Ho-Chunk girl posed standing in front of a painted backdrop wearing several necklaces,...

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Description: Waist-up studio portrait of two Ho-Chunk women posed sitting in front of a painted backdrop. They are wearing several necklaces, earrings, file bracelets,...

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Description: Copy photograph of a studio portrait of a Ho-Chunk man and woman posed sitting and wearing regalia, the former is also holding a rifle. Little Soldier (a.k...

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Description: Studio portrait of two Ho-Chunk women posed in front of a painted backdrop. The woman on the left is posed standing and wearing a shawl, several necklaces...

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: 1904 ca.

Description: Studio portrait of a large Ho-Chunk group posed in front of a painted backdrop, including five men, three women, three girls, and two smaller children. The...

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...

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Ho-Chunk Powwow

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Description: Ho-Chunk men sitting and standing in an area portioned off by canvas barriers and a lodge and teepee. Identified as probably the Homecoming Powwow in 1908...

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Description: Studio portrait of an elderly Ho-Chunk woman with baskets.

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Description: Copy photograph of a studio portrait of two young Ho-Chunk women posing sitting and wearing wool shawls over long skirts or dresses. The woman on the left,...

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Description: Studio portrait in front of a painted backdrop of a Ho-Chunk boy posed standing in front of a prop wooden fence. He is wearing a winter coat, scarf, and kn...

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Description: Three-quarter length portrait of Henry Brown, sitting, of the Ho-Chunk (Winnebago) tribe. Brown died in Nebraska prior to 1926.

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Description: Studio portrait in front of a painted backdrop of a small Ho-Chunk girl posed sitting on a chair draped with a fringed throw. She is wearing a white dress...

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Description: Waist-up copy photograph of a studio portrait of Ho-Chunk woman wearing bead necklaces and earrings, probably the wife of Dr. Bill Thunder and the mother o...

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Description: Studio portrait in front of a painted backdrop of a Ho-Chunk man posed sitting and wearing a suit and necktie, in front of a Ho-Chunk woman posed standing...

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Description: Studio portrait of a Ho-Chunk woman posed sitting in front of a painted backdrop wearing several necklaces, earrings, file bracelets, and a ribbon work ski...

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Description: Studio full-length portrait in front of a painted backdrop of a Ho-Chunk man posed sitting in a chair with his legs crossed and hands clasped. He is wearin...

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