Bear Trap Falls

Date: 1929 ca.

Description: Group of people at Bear Trap Falls in the Wolf River near Keshena. People are standing on the shoreline on the left near a sign for the falls. A man is sta...

Date: 1935 

Description: U.S. Department of the Indian agency building on the Menominee Indian Reservation.

Date:  date unknown

Description: View from bottom of snowy hill looking up towards the Wisconsin & Northern Railroad engine #3, which was purchased from the Grand Rapids & Indiana Railway.


Indian Toll Sign

Date:  date unknown

Description: A Toll road sign on the Keshena Menominee Reservation for the Highway 55 toll road that goes through the reservation.


Snow-Covered Road

Date: 1902 

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.


Main Street


Description: Main Street in winter, including a clock tower.

Date: 1956 

Description: This map shows reservation boundaries, U.S. township lines, highways, roads, rivers, and lakes. The lower left corner of the map includes a legend of "Conv...


John Corn's Place

Date: 1925-09-03 

Description: A deteriorating one and a half-story log structure owned by John Corn. He was a Menomonee tribesman who operated a logger's place of entertainment and supp...

Date: 1954-04 

Description: A young Menominee Indian (Charles ?) pauses briefly for a photograph while straddling his bicycle. He is stopped on the road with the snow-covered Wolf Riv...


Military Road Sign

Date: 1923 ca.

Description: Old Military Road sign.

Date: 1907 

Description: View from shoreline of men standing on the bridge over west branch of the Wolf River. They are constructing the Wisconsin & Northern railroad bridge.

Date: 1919-05-21 

Description: Elevated view of street entertainment, with crowds, dancing and band concert to welcome home Wisconsin National Guard, 3d Regiment, Company H, after servic...

Date: 1910 ca.

Description: A crew of men crush rock for Senator James H. Stout's improved highway.


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