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Description: A group of prominent Menominee: (from left to right) Wisanokwut, Wiuskasit, Thomas Hog, Kesoafomesao, Louise Amore (or Amour), and Judge Perrote. This pho...
Description: Wisconsin State Senator Alfred A. Laun (R.) of Kiel, participating in what appears to be a square dance with Menominee Indians and others. This image is p...
Description: Menominee Judge Perrote beside the wooden grave of his wife. The Court of Indian Offenses was established in 1883 with Indian judges appointed by the U.S....
Description: A portrait of a Menominee family in traditional dress. This image is part of an exhibit about Native Americans prepared by Paul Vanderbilt.
Date: 1950 ca.
Description: A sawmill run on the Menominee Indian Reservation.
Date: date unknown
Description: Indians (Native Americans) unloading logs at the sawmill on the Menominee Reservation.
Date: 1920 ca.
Description: "Spirit of the Northwest" monument by Sidney Bedore, on the grounds of the Brown County Court House. Represented, left to right, a Menominee, Claude Allou...
Description: "Peavy Falls Group" of men and boys posed on bank of river. There is a man in a canoe in the river, and a footbridge in the background.
Description: The reverse side of the Green Bay treaty, August 18, 1821. The treaty is signed by the chiefs of the six Indian nations for the possession of lands near th...
Date: 1958 ca.
Description: Peavey Falls group of dancers and musicians from the Menominee Indian Reservation in Wisconsin.
Description: One of the Native American crews hired to assist with the White Pine Blister Rust eradication effort on the Menominee Reservation. Joe Larock was identifie...
Description: A view of the statue dedicated to Chief Oshkosh of the Menominee Tribe. Sculpted by Trentanove. Located in Menominee Park, formerly North Park.
Description: Menominee Indians of the Zoar Settlement in Northern Wisconsin performing a dream dance. Standing figures: "Grandma" Dutchman and husband "Charlie."
Description: A group of prominent Menominee: (from left to right) Alex Warrington, unidentified fishman, John Rain, Louise Waukechon, Pinto, Black Jack Warrington (John...
Description: Loading a large white pine log cut on the Menominee Indian Reservation onto a truck. The log was hauled to the Wisconsin State Fair for a display about th...
Description: Native Americans hired to assist with the White Pine Blister Rust eradication effort on the Menominee Reservation were trucked to their work site.
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