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Augustin Grignon



Augustin Grignon
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Title: Augustin Grignon
Description: Sixth plate daguerreotype, studio portrait of Augustin Grignon, a fur trader and settler in Green Bay, holding a tomahawk. The tomahawk was made from a gun barrel by Jourdain, the government blacksmith in Green Bay, and could be used as a pipe as well.

Image ID: 4170
Creator
Name:
Not known
City, State: Wisconsin
Collection
Name:
State Historical Society of Wisconsin, Collector : Cased Image Collection
Genre: Photograph
Subjects: Fur trade
Weapons
Indoor photography
Men
Portrait photography
Clothing and dress
 

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Please Credit: Wisconsin Historical Society.

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