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George and Fannie Stacy Lincoln Monegar

Date: 1920
Description: Studio portrait of George Monegar (EwaOnaGinKah) and Fannie Stacy Lincoln Monegar (LeBaWinKah) posing standing in front of a painted backdrop. He is wearin...

Studio Portrait of Alex Lonetree and his Wife

Description: Studio portrait in front of a painted backdrop of Alex Lonetree, sitting and his wife, standing. They came to live with the Winnebagos after the last remov...

Powwow Group

Date: 1908
Description: Ho-Chunk performers gathered behind a drum and Winnebago baskets at the 1908 Homecoming. Standing from the left are Jim Swallow (MaPaZoeRayKeKah), William ...

Chippewa Woman

Date: 1900
Description: Chippewa (Ojibwa) woman with child.

Chief Oshkosh

Date: 1850
Description: Drawing of Chief Oshkosh rendered from a daguerreotype by J.F. Harrison. He is wearing a top hat wrapped with a ribbon. Also a suitcoat, bowtie, beaded nec...

Lac Courte Oreilles Indian Reservation

Description: Medicine man John King, his wife, grandchild, and family on the Lake Courte Oreilles Chippewa reservation near Couderay.

Betsy Thunder

Date: 02 06 1913
Description: Betsy Thunder, Ho-Chunk (Winnebago) medicine woman, posing in front of a painted backdrop near a prop stone wall.

Noápeh, an Assiniboin Indian

Date: 1832
Description: Noápeh, an Assiniboin Indian, holding a bow and arrows, and wearing a horned headdress.

Wisconsin Ho-Chunk (Winnebago) Indians

Date: 1926
Description: Wisconsin Ho-Chunk (Winnebago) Indians Olive, Oliver, and Willard LaMere in Wisconsin Dells (Kilbourn City).

Chach-scheb-nee-nick-ah (Young Eagle) Winnebago Indian

Date: 1904
Description: Waist-up studio portrait in front of a painted backdrop of a Ho-Chunk man, Chach-scheb-nee-nick-ah (Young Eagle) looking off to the right.

Ho-Chunk Ceremonial Performers

Description: Ho-Chunk ceremonial performers posing on the sandy riverbank in front of a steamboat and rock formation.

Mountain Wolf Woman

Date: 1907
Description: Studio portrait of Mountain Wolf Woman, also known as Stella Blowsnake Whitepine Stacy (HayAhChoWinKah), sitting and holding her two daughters, Josephine W...

Woman in Inupiat Clothing & Ho-Chunk Student

Date: 06 13 1935
Description: Deaconess Magdalene Klippen, of Chicago, former head of the Norwegian Lutheran Brevig Mission near Mary's Igloo, Alaska, wearing Inupiat clothing, and Lena...

Native Americans near Keshena

Description: Native Americans on the Menominee Reservation near Keshena, Wisconsin. A white man in the foreground appears to be drawing something out of camera range. T...

Chief Oshkosh Remembrance

Date: 05 25 1926
Description: Menominee Indians eating lunch together on Chief Oshkosh Day, May 25, 1926, "the occasion of the removal of the chief's remains from an unmarked grave besi...

Prominent Menominee Men

Date: 1910
Description: A group of prominent Menominee: (from left to right) Wisanokwut, Wiuskasit, Thomas Hog, Kesoafomesao, Louise Amore (or Amour), and Judge Perrote. This phot...

Politician with Menominee Indians

Date: 1959
Description: Wisconsin State Senator Alfred A. Laun (R.) of Kiel, participating in what appears to be a square dance with Menominee Indians and others. This image is pa...

Menominee Indian Family

Date: 1931
Description: A portrait of a Menominee family in traditional dress. This image is part of an exhibit about Native Americans prepared by Paul Vanderbilt.

Chippewa Medicine Man and His Family

Description: Chippewa (Ojibwa) medicine man John King, with his wife, grandchild, and family standing near a birch wigwam on the Lake Court Oreilles reservation. John K...

Native American Man Wearing Native American Costume

Description: "John," a Native American wearing a combination of traditional and western dress. Among the western items he is wearing are black velvet, sleigh bells, a f...

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