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Wisconsin Historical Museum Object – Feature Story
Description: This map is a 9 part map detailing various parts of Menominee County, Wisconsin. Page 1 of the map shows federal aid control in the county and was used by...
The 1772 Foundation
Description: Elevated winter scene of snow-covered road through Keshena, Wisconsin. There are horse-drawn vehicles and pedestrians, and a church is in the background.
Description: William Cowan, the white pine blister rust control foreman on the Menominee Reservation, with his two assistants, Joseph Dodge and Leo Waukechom (right).
The J.M. Kaplan Fund
Description: Outdoor portrait of a Menominee Indian man and two Menominee Indian women. He holds a decorated ceremonial pipe in his right hand.
Wisconsin Humanities Council
National Park Service
Description: Group portrait of eight men and seven women on the steps of the Keshena Boardinghouse.
Historic Name: Saint Joseph of the Lake Church and Cemetery
Reference Number: 00000602
Description: Group portrait of the Kenshena Baseball team with a bat boy in the foreground.
Date: 1910 ca.
Description: Sawmill on a Menominee Indian reservation with numerous logs in the foreground.
Date: date unknown
Description: Mill on the Menominee Indian Reservation between Antigo and Shawano. Two young boys stand on the shoreline looking at logs ready for milling in Neopit. The...
Description: Exterior of Keshena Boardinghouse with a group of men, women and children positioned on the front porch.
Date: 1918 ca.
Description: Women of the Dunn County Chapter of the American Red Cross posed with sewing machines in the Stout Institute Building.
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