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Description: A school dormitory with children marching to dinner at the Warm Springs Agency in Oregon.
Date: date unknown
Description: View of a market near a road. Native Americans sell baskets and curios to men and women wearing hats and long coats.
Description: Bird's-eye map of La Crosse from the Mississippi River.
Description: Portrait (Front) of Meshekigishig or Mezhukigizhik (Sky Striking The Earth) or (Sky Touching Ground) in partial native dress with headdress and ornaments a...
Date: 1895 ca.
Description: Studio portrait in front of a painted backdrop of a Ho-Chunk infant boy posed sitting in a chair draped with a cloth. He is being supported from behind by...
Description: Back cover of catalog with an illustration of two men using horse-drawn agricultural machinery in fields, while a group of Native American Indians look on....
How Native Life was Transformed
Description: Portrait (Front) of Nawat (Left Hand) in native dress with Benjamin Harrison peace medal and holding cane. Part of Algonquian and S. Arapaho Tribes.
Description: Pictographs on Lake Superior and Carp River, Mich. Six rows of animals, canoes, birds, human figures, and other symbols.
Description: This hand-colored lithograph of the second Fort Howard, with Indians canoeing on the Fox River, shows the hospital built 1834-1835 outside the stockade on...
Description: Three tipis on the shore of East Lake, now called Lake Tahkodah.
Date: 1913 ca.
Description: Powwow at the Red Cliff Indian Reservation on the shores of Lake Superior.
Description: Bug-u-ma-ge-sik, the Indian outlaw who caused the Ojibwa-Pillager Battle at Sugar Point on Bear Lake.
Description: Miss Stalter, a teacher, with both of her classes in the park at the Warm Springs Agency in Oregon.
Description: Poster created by the Wisconsin Anti-Tuberculosis Association showing a Native-American man facing the sun with his arms outsretched. Includes the text "su...
Description: Portrait of three Ute men.
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: 1917 ca.
Description: Studio portrait of two young Ho-Chunk women posed standing in front of a painted backdrop. They are wearing contemporary dark skirts and light blouses. Ide...
Description: Ho-Chunk awnings and tents with a few individuals nearby, including a child in a light-colored dress, and a woman with a long braid sitting in the grass. P...
Description: Tipis along the shore of East Lake, now called Lake Tahkodah.
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