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Date: 1800 after
Description: This map is pencil on tracing paper and shows marshes, the Wisconsin River, Indian trails, and Indian boundary line. The upper left corner reads: "Let sect...
Description: Indian women standing on platforms make noise to scare birds from the cornfield.
Date: 1895 ca.
Description: This arbor was erected for a celebration with the Ojibwe, who traveled from their reservation in northern Wisconsin to participate in the Winnebago-Chippew...
Description: Full-length outdoor portrait of Ho-Chunk Chief Silver Tongue standing. There is a brick wall, foliage, and blankets in the background.
Description: Ho-Chunk and European American men and boys in front of an arbor and tent with United States flags on top. Probably meeting of the Blue Wing Band at Valley...
Description: Studio portrait of Canmonpatoankantuya, also known as James High Pipe, holding a bag. Part of the Siouan (Sioux) and Brule Tribes.
Description: Men gather on a porch of the Ponca Agency Building.
Description: HochunKra School, a Winnebago school.
Date: 1894 ca.
Description: Frank Winneshiek (WaConChaHoNoKah), left, and Henry Winneshiek (WaConChaRooNayKah). Both wear traditional beaded shirts, garters, and Ho-Chunk-style moccas...
Description: Several Ho-Chunk men, women, and children, and a few European American men, posed standing in front of tents in a field. They are members of the Blue Wing...
Description: Members of the Menominee tribe pose during the Corpus Christi celebration, possibly held at the Keshena chapel. Pictured are, from left to right, Clara Chi...
Description: Portrait of Nugkutizuwais, meaning Yellow Bear, a sub-Chief belonging to the Algonquian and S. Cheyenne Tribes.
Description: Indians fighting at Fort Mackenzie (Montana).
Date: date unknown
Description: View from hill across dirt road and fence of a crowd of European Americans, and possibly some Ho-Chunk spectators. Horses are pulling buggies near the fenc...
Description: Ho-Chunk man in a canoe on a river holding up an oar. There is a woman on the left in the canoe, perhaps holding a child.
Description: Portrait (Front) of Osage man, Oloe-ha-wal-la (Old Chief). Part of Siouan (Sioux) and Osage Tribes.
Description: View from field of people standing near lines of glass bottles in the grass. In the background are tents, and an arbor with the United States flag on a pol...
Description: A Sioux man at the Trans-Mississippi Exposition and Indian Congress.
Description: This map shows lot numbers, building lines, roads, trees, and Indian mounds. Relief is shown by contours. Includes manuscript annotations marking parks.
Date: 1915 ca.
Description: Studio full-length portrait in front of a painted backdrop of a Ho-Chunk boy, Esau Prescott, wearing a boarding school uniform posed standing with his rig...
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