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Date: 1900 ca.
Description: Portrait of two smiling Ho-Chunk (Winnebago) women identified as Clara St. Cyr, a Nebraska Winnebago, left, and Lucy Davis (NukZeeKah), the sister of John...
Date: date unknown
Description: Studio full-length portrait in front of a painted backdrop of a Ho-Chunk man posed standing wearing an overcoat (duster) and hat. He is holding a spherical...
Description: Engraving made after a painting by Jacques Le Moyne de Morgues (died 1588) during the Laudonnière Expedition in Florida, ca. 1564.
Description: Portrait of William Riley of the Sioux tribe.
Description: An interior view of the San Xavier Del Bac Mission church, showing an altar and the side of an altar area, near Tucson.
Description: The Council (Winnebago) at Stand Rock.
Description: Scene near Jamestown Settlement in Virginia, 1614 in which Ralph Hamor tells Powhatan that he has been sent by Sir Thomas Dale to request his youngest daug...
Description: Studio portrait of Ho-Chunk man with eagle feather.
Description: The side altar at the San Xavier Del Bac Mission church, near Tucson.
Description: Portrait (front) of Lisha-Lalahikots (Brave Chief) with peace medal and horned headdress. Part of Caddoan and Pawnee Tribes.
Description: Studio portrait of Ho-Chunk woman (Pete Pettibone's sister).
Date: 1915 ca.
Description: Studio portrait in front of a painted backdrop of a Ho-Chunk man, Louis Johnson (HaNuKaw), posed sitting on the left with his arms and legs crossed. He is...
Description: Studio portrait of Yankton Dakota man, Tunwan Ogangan (David Ray). Part of Siouan (Sioux) and Yankton Tribes.
Description: In 1916, it was estimated that 15,000 Indian mounds had formerly existed in Wisconsin. In the early 20th century, the Wisconsin Archaeological Society surv...
Description: Copy photograph of a poor print of a studio portrait of two Ho-Chunk women posed standing.
Description: Wickiups and houses of Mormon Indians.
Description: Two American Indians, one of whom is holding his hand palm up, pose with two piles of spirit stones.
Description: Copy print portrait of a Ho-Chunk man, standing on the left next to a European American woman near a tent. Both are wearing Ho-Chunk regalia including larg...
Description: Students in front of Kingman Indian Day School.
Date: 1835 ca.
Description: Too-sha-na-gan-ka, or the Little Otter, a Chief of the Winnebago (Ho-Chunk) Tribe. Hand-colored lithograph from the Aboriginal Portfolio, painted at the T...
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