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Date: 1835 ca.
Description: Little Lake Butte Des Morts just north of Lake Winnebago where Governor Lewis Cass of Michigan, and Thomas McKenney, head of the Bureau of Indian Affairs (...
Date: 1832 ca.
Description: Indians in combat at Fort McKenzie on August 28th, 1833.
Description: Printed invitation addressed to Mr. I.A. Lapham for a ball at C. McCoy's hotel to be held on February 17, 1831.
Date: 1838 after
Description: Territorial seal of Wisconsin. Shows a farmer in the foreground plowing behind horses, a Native American apparently heading west, a river steamboat and a l...
Description: Postcard reproduction of an oil painting of Fort Winnebago, which was built in 1827 by Major William Whistler and a detachment of the First Infantry.
Description: O-wan-ich-koh (also phoneticized Hoowanneka) or the Little Elk, a chief of the Ho-Chunk. This portrait depicts Little Elk as he appeared at the Treaty of P...
Description: Ma-che-ka-kat, or the Bad Hawk, a Chief of the Monomonie (Menominee) Tribe. Hand-colored lithograph from the Aboriginal Portfolio, painted at the Treaty of...
Description: Remarkable hills on the Upper Missouri River (views 10, 11, and 12)
Date: 1837 before
Description: Image of a runaway slave with stick and satchel.
Description: Com-no-sa-qua, a Pottowattomie (Potawatomi) Chief. Hand-colored lithograph from the Aboriginal Portfolio, was drawn at the Treaty of Missinnewa (1827).
Description: The White Castles, on the Upper Missouri River.
Description: Kaa-nun-der-waaguinse-zoo, or the Berry Picker, a famous Chippewa (Ojibwa) Chief. Hand-colored lithograph from the Aboriginal Portfolio, painted at the Tr...
Description: This map, one of a series made by Thomas Jefferson Cram of the U.S. Topographical Engineers from personal surveys, covers the area from Green Bay to the ju...
Description: Pencil on tracing paper. Rough sketch of Milwaukee. Left top corner reads: "From Map of northern part of Illinois and the surveyed part of Wisconsin Territ...
Description: Ink and watercolor on tracing paper. Shows townships 8 through 6, ranges 9 through 11 east, in Dane County. Lakes are labelled: "First Lake, Second Lake, T...
Description: Dacota Woman and Assiniboin girl.
Description: Document written by Ebenezer Brigham listing events at Fort Blue Mounds.
Description: The shot tower at Tower Hill State Park.
Description: A letter to J.D. Beers & Co., written by David Hubbard.
Description: Map of township # 7N, range no. 10 east, 4th meridian, including Third Lake.
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