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Ojibwa Lodge

Ojibwa Lodge
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Title: Ojibwa Lodge
Description: Ojibwa chief's lodge from Lac Courte Orielles Reservation set up at the 1906 Wisconsin State Fair. Note both reed and bark coverings on the lodge. A number of Indians - men, women and several children - sit in front of the lodge, and there is a fire pit in the foreground.

Image ID: 6912
City, State: Wisconsin
Indian Classified File
Genre: Photograph
Subjects: Cookery
Indian reservations
Ojibwa Indians

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