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Date: 1914 ca.
Description: Holiday card of a Native American woman holding a patterned bowl of holly and berries. A blanket is draped over her shoulders, and a red and green headband...
Date: 1910 ca.
Description: Dual studio portrait of George Hindsley (AhoShipKah) in front of a painted backdrop. George reportedly died in 1967, and was a member of Peyote Cult.
Description: Wisconsin Governor Emmanuel Philipp in the Governor's Office during a conference with a delegation of Chippewa (Ojibwa) Indians. Executive Messenger Samuel...
Date: date unknown
Description: Studio portrait of an John Davis posed sitting and wearing a white shirt, tie, eyeglasses, and a hat. He is sitting in front of a painted backdrop.
Description: Ceremonial Indian dance (Plate 8).
"All tribes have their medicine songs particular for the hunting of each animal they choose to go in pursuit of, and by...
Supplemental teaching materials for 'Native People of Wisconsin'
Description: Studio full-length portrait in front of a painted backdrop of three Ho-Chunk men posed standing. The man on the left is wearing a suit and necktie, the man...
Description: Group portrait of the Kenshena Baseball team with a bat boy in the foreground.
Description: Posed studio group portrait in front of a painted backdrop of Winnebago Indian men and one young woman. Each of the men is holding a mounted bird of some s...
Description: Studio portrait of Oto man, (George) Arkeketah, Head Chief. Part of Siouan (Sioux) and Otoe Tribes. He wears two medals and holds an axe.
Date: 1911 ca.
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...
Date: 1835 ca.
Description: Pach-e-po, Chief of the Pottowattomie (Potawatomi) Tribe, son of Me-o-ne-me, a Chief who served with Gen. Harrison during the late war and was killed at th...
Description: Three women and one girl in full dress at the Warm Springs Agency in Oregon.
Description: Studio portrait in front of a painted backdrop of a Ho-Chunk woman posed sitting wearing a dark dress and several rings, and holding an infant on her lap d...
Description: Studio portrait in front of a painted backdrop of two Ho-Chunk men posed sitting in front of a Ho-Chunk man posed standing. All the men are wearing suits,...
Description: A drawing of a war dance including Kiowas, Osages, and Pawnees drawn by a Comanche boy, at Kiowa, Comanche, and Wichita Agency, Oklahoma.
Description: This map is a development plat that shows street names, numbered blocks and lots, and small farm lot owners. Included on the right of the map is a large a...
Description: The signature page of an album of photographs of Pueblo Indian Day Schools: "Very respectfully submitted, Charles E. Burton, Supervising Teacher, Day Schoo...
Description: Native Americans playing a lacrosse-like game of ball.
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