Prairie du Chien merchant and judge James H. Lockwood, 1856.

Portrait painting: James H. Lockwood (1856)


Lockwood was a fur trader, merchant, judge, territorial legislator, and leading citizen of Prairie du Chien. This portrait was painted near the end of his life and acquired by the Society in 1857. See Lockwood's reminiscences elsewhere on the Turning Points in Wisconsin History site.


Related Topics: Explorers, Traders, and Settlers
Territory to Statehood
Immigration and Settlement
Mining, Logging, and Agriculture
The French Fur Trade
Early U.S. Settlement
The Black Hawk War
The Founding of Major Cities
The Founding of Social Institutions
Lead Mining in Southwestern Wisconsin
Logging and Forest Products
Creator: Brookes,Samuel M. ; Stevenson, Thomas H.
Pub Data: Original oil painting in the collection of the Wisconsin Historical Museum.
Citation: "James H. Lockwood, by Samuel M. Brookes and Thomas H. Stevenson." Original oil painting in the collection of the Wisconsin Historical Museum. Online facsimile at:  http://www.wisconsinhistory.org/turningpoints/search.asp?id=898; Visited on: 10/1/2014
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