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Description: Profile portrait of Ponca man, Ni'-ka-ga-hi-cka or White Chief. Part of Siouan (Sioux) and Ponka Tribes.
Description: Studio portrait of Two Bear, member of the Sioux tribe.
Description: Studio portrait of a Ho-Chunk man and woman posed sitting in front of a painted backdrop. The man on the left is wearing a suit coat, beaded shirt, pin wit...
Description: Studio portrait of Bill Owhie, son of Head Chief, in native dress with ornaments. Part of Shahaptian and Yakima Tribes.
Description: A small crowd gathers for a Winnebago (Ho-Chunk) ceremony under an open air structure, probably in the Wisconsin Dells. Two men in ceremonial dress stand i...
Description: Newspaper clipping from an unidentified Madison, Wisconsin publication about Wisconsin Governor Fred Zimmerman being made a Chief of the Ho-Chunk (Winnebag...
Date: date unknown
Description: Studio portrait of Spotted Elk, possibly a member of the Sioux Nation.
Description: Full-length studio portrait of Black Dog, wife, and papoose sitting.
Date: 1890 ca.
Description: Studio portrait of Ho-Chunk couple, Annie Waukon (HumpMeNuKah) and Luke (Duke) Snowball (NySaGaShiskKah). Annie Waukon, left, is wearing a traditional blou...
Description: Seated portrait of Captain Whitewood (Mah-na-pay-honch-nee-kaw) and Mr. Tucker, both of the Ho-Chunk (Winnebago) tribe. Whitewood was a member of the Bear...
Date: 1832 ca.
Description: A facsimile of an Indian painting, originally painted by the Mandan chief, Máto-Tópe. It portrays an encounter between Máto-Tópe and a Cheyenne chief.
Description: Portrait of Yankton Dakota man, Oye-waub-cli or Wanbliowe (Eagle Track). Part of Siouan (Sioux) and Yankton Tribes.
Description: Seated portrait of Yellow Thunder of the Ho-Chunk (Winnebago) tribe.
Date: 1895 ca.
Description: Studio portrait of a young Ho-Chunk man, Charlie Smith (John Beaver) (WySkaInKah), posed standing and wearing a suit and hat. He is posed near a prop front...
Description: Cut Nose, of the Sioux tribe, who in the Massacre of 1862 in Minnesota, murdered 18 women and 5 men.
Date: 1900 ca.
Description: Studio portrait of a Ho-Chunk woman, Ida Lizzie Decorra Blowsnake (Real Wampum Woman) (WooRooShiekESkaeWinKah), wife of George Lowe, posed standing and wea...
Description: Entrance to "Camp Ammon," the Boy Scout camp at the Wisconsin State Fair. The camp was named for the director of the Wisconsin Department of Agriculture.
Description: Studio portrait in front of a painted backdrop of three Native Americans, two older men and a young girl, possibly Winnebagos. "Silbing Bear" is written on...
Description: A Ho-Chunk couple and their dog outside of their winter home (ciiporoke). A Hudson Bay blanket hangs over the door opening. The long tree branches leaning...
Description: Studio portrait of two Ho-Chunk women posed sitting in front of a painted backdrop. They are both wearing several necklaces, earrings, beaded collars, and...
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