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Studio Portrait of Ho-Chunk Group in Regalia

Studio Portrait of Ho-Chunk Group in Regalia
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Title: Studio Portrait of Ho-Chunk Group in Regalia
Description: Studio portrait of two Ho-Chunk women sitting in front of two Ho-Chunk men and a Ho-Chunk woman posed standing, all wearing regalia. The group is posed in front of a painted backdrop. The women sitting and standing wear several necklaces and earrings. The standing woman and men also wear ribbon work clothing, and the man standing on the left holds a medicine bag. Identified standing are John Hazen Hill (HaNaKah), left, Alec (Alex) Lonetree (NaENeeKeeKah), and Mary Clara Blackhawk, daughter of Lucy Emerson Brown; sitting are Lucy Emerson Brown, left, and Lucy Long-Wolf Winneshiek (ShunkChunkAWinKah).

Image ID: 61591
1900 ca.
Van Schaick, Charles
City, State: Black River Falls, Wisconsin
Van Schaick, Charles : Photographs And Negatives, ca. 1880-ca. 1940*
Genre: Photograph
This image was used in "People of the Big Voice," published by Wisconsin Historical Society Press (2011).
Subjects: Clothing
Indian beadwork
Ho Chunk Indians
Civil War, 1861-1865
Indoor photography
Portraits, Group
Clothing and dress

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