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Date: 1902-03-04 before
Description: Souvenir menu from the banquet in honor of H.R.H. Prince Henry of Prussia given by the citizens of Milwaukee at the Hotel Pfister. On the cover is a waterc...
Date: 1832 ca.
Description: Indians in combat at Fort McKenzie on August 28th, 1833.
Description: Letterhead of the Kewaskum Mutual Fire Insurance Company of Washington County, Wisconsin, with a Native American man wearing buckskin clothes and leggings...
Description: A skin lodge of an Assiniboin Chief. The engraving includes a man on horseback and a dog harnessed to a travois.
Description: Fort Union, on the Missouri River in Montana.
Description: Engraving of a fur trader standing in the middle of a circle of seated Indians in their council tepee.
Description: Black and white engraving showing landscape with Fort Pierre and Indian tipis along the Missouri River.
Description: Drawing submitted to the State of Wisconsin for trademark registration. The red, black, and cream label features an original Indian head design, with tipis...
Description: Camp of the Gros Ventres along the upper Missouri River, with white travelers passing by in a boat.
Description: Punka Indians encamped on the banks of the Missouri River and canoeing in river.
Description: Indians fighting at Fort Mackenzie (Montana).
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...
Description: Encampment of the Piekann Indians.
Description: Funeral of a Sioux Chief near Fort Pierre.
Description: Letterhead of the J.S. Stearns Lumber Company of Odanah, Wisconsin, manufacturers of "Indian Reservation Soft Pine and Norway Lumber" and general merchandi...
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