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Description: A carnival prize boat labeled "Rodney Huck" and decorated with a Native American tipi theme floats across a lake while carrying a group of costumed women a...
Description: A Henry Kendall College cottage, Minerva, for girls.
Description: Studio quarter-length portrait of a Ho-Chunk man with short hair posed sitting and wearing a suit coat and plaid shirt. Identified as the father of Ben Dec...
Description: Profile studio portrait of Shon-Ge-Ni-Ka-Ga-Hi (Horse Chief), Son of White Eagle, in partial native dress with headdress, breastplate and holding pipe. Par...
Description: Ho-Chunk men and boys posed sitting and standing in a field, probably watching a baseball game.
Description: Save the Mounds demonstration around the Capitol building against Assembly Bill 620. On the left are 3 flags.
Description: A portrait of Billy Bowlegs and his family, all wearing native Seminole clothing. In the lower right hand corner of the image text reads "P.P. Cobb, Publ."
Date: 1892 ca.
Description: Studio portrait in front of a painted backdrop of two young Ho-Chunk women posed sitting on either side of a prop stone wall and prop wood fence. They are...
Description: Studio portrait (Front) of Siyo Sapa (Black Chicken) or (Prairie Hen) in native dress with breastplate and holding pipe. Part of Siouan (Sioux) and Yankton...
Description: Chief Cloud, in center, of the Chippewa Indians (Ojibwa) standing outdoors with other men.
Description: Ho-Chunk man and two Ho-Chunk women in a wagon pulled by a two-horse team. They are probably about to cross the bridge toward the Mission at the intersecti...
Description: Wisconsin Ho-Chunk (Winnebago) Indians Foster DeCorah and sons. Foster and son Robert served in Co. D of the 128th Infantry and were killed in WWI.
Date: 1910 ca.
Description: A Native American family poses outside of the Hobart Church.
Description: Henry Kendall College Boy's Dormitory.
Description: A Seminole Native American man wearing native Seminole clothing, leaning against a palm tree, most likely in Palm Beach, Florida.
Date: 1719 ca.
Description: This extremely detailed and ornate map shows the cities, Native American land, mountains, lakes, rivers, and European claims of North America. An inset map...
Description: Studio portrait of a Ho-Chunk man and woman, Mr. and Mrs. Luke Eagle, posed sitting in front of a painted backdrop. The man on the left is wearing a few ne...
Date: 1900 ca.
Description: Studio portrait in front of a painted backdrop of two Ho-Chunk women posed sitting in front of two standing Ho-Chunk men. The women are wrapped in shawls,...
Description: Studio portrait of a small Ho-Chunk boy posed standing in front of a painted backdrop and a prop stone wall. He has his left arm on the wall and is wearing...
Date: 1908 ca.
Description: Studio portrait in front of a painted backdrop of Ho-Chunk women, Carrie Elk (ENooKah) posed sitting with a fringed shawl on her lap and an unidentified wo...
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