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Description: "The Spirit of the Northwest", a sculpture by Sidney Bedore which features a missionary, an explorer, and a Native American.
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: 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: 1957 before
Description: Green Bay postcard depicting various scenes in the letters that spell the name of the city. Images include the lighthouse at the harbor entrance, City Stad...
An Unreliable Text and Other Evidence
A Bizarre Story of Land Prospecting Gone Awry
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: Menominee war dance, as depicted by Francois, Comte de Castelnau, a French naturalist and diplomat who visited Green Bay, Wisconsin about 1838. This detail...
Description: A Menominee village as depicted by Francois, Comte de Castelnau, a French naturalist and diplomat who visited the Green Bay area about 1838. The detailed,...
Date: 1900 ca.
Description: Hobart Episcopal Church on the Oneida Indian Reservation.
Description: Menominee Training School dance card.
Description: Probably Native Americans receiving instructions on compass use for Wisconsin Land Economic Inventory.
Description: Green Bay treaty, August 18, 1821. The treaty is signed by the chiefs of the six Indian nations for the possession of lands near the Fox River to the Winne...
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