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Ho-Chunk Women and Girl Making Fry Bread | Photograph | Wisconsin Historical Society

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Ho-Chunk Women and Girl Making Fry Bread

Ho-Chunk Women and Girl Making Fry Bread | Photograph | Wisconsin Historical Society
Alice Cloud and Mrs. Mallory making frybread at a cranberry camp at Trow’s Marsh. The marsh extends from south of Merrillan to north of Millston. Frybread (waiskap taaxerre) became popular after the government began providing basic commodities to the tribes. One of the simplest foods to make with the flour was frybread, which has since become an iconic Indian dish.
DESCRIPTION
Alice Cloud and Mrs. Mallory making frybread at a cranberry camp at Trow’s Marsh. The marsh extends from south of Merrillan to north of Millston. Frybread (waiskap taaxerre) became popular after the government began providing basic commodities to the tribes. One of the simplest foods to make with the flour was frybread, which has since become an iconic Indian dish.
RECORD DETAILS
Image ID:64126
Creation Date:date unknown
Creator Name:Van Schaick, Charles
City:Black River Falls
County:Jackson
State:Wisconsin
Collection Name:Charles Van Schaick photographs and negatives, circa 1880-circa 1940
Genre:Photograph
Original Format Type:negative, original
Original Format Number:(V2)3406
Original Dimensions:5 x 4 inches
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
This image was used in "People of the Big Voice," published by Wisconsin Historical Society Press (2011).
SUBJECTS
Shrubs
Plants
Trees
Dresses
Hats
Cookery
Tableware
Tents
Bread
Dwellings
Ho Chunk Indians
Wisconsin
Land use, Rural
Children
Hairstyles
Men
Outdoor photography
Women
Campfires
Camps

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