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Cranberry Pickers

Date: 1905
Description: Winnebago Indians and Black River Falls townspeople harvesting cranberries.
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Winnebago (Ho-Chunk) Indians Picking Cranberries

Date: 1913
Description: Panoramic slightly elevated view of Winnebago (Ho-Chunk) Indians harvesting cranberries on Gebhart's Marsh.
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Ho-Chunk Lodges

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Description: Ho-Chunk lodges among trees. Probably a Ho-Chunk encampment at the cranberry marsh.
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Ho-Chunk Child, Dog, and Winter Lodges

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Description: Ho-Chunk winter lodges among trees, probably a Ho-Chunk encampment at the cranberry marsh. There are large, cut logs in between two lodges. A small Ho-Chun...
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J.J. Emmerich Cranberry Company

Date: 1922-09-21
Description: Elevated view of the J.J. Emmerich Cranberry Company showing the bog in the background with the Ho-Chunk (Winnebago) Indian cranberry pickers' camp at the...
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Ho-Chunk Woman in Field with Tents

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Description: A Ho-Chunk woman walking in a field. In the background are several white tents, possibly an encampment for a cranberry harvest.
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Ho-Chunk Women and Girl Making Fry Bread

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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...
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Outdoor Portrait of Frank Browneagle and Wife

Date: 1906
Description: Frank Browneagle (HeWaKaKayReKah) and his wife, Annie Snake (KhaWinKeeSinchHayWinKah) stand in front of their two homes. The domed wigwam (ciiporoke) on th...
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Ho-Chunk and European American Group Picking Cranberries

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Description: Several Ho-Chunk and European American men, women, and children standing and kneeling in a field with wooden boxes. Probably picking cranberries at Gebhard...
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Harvesting Cranberries

Date: 1930
Description: A group of Native Americans, working in a long row, harvest ing cranberries. They appear to be women and children. Dwellings are in the background on the l...
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Ho-Chunk and European-American Group in a Field

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Description: Several Ho-Chunk and European American men, women, and children standing and kneeling in a field. Probably picking cranberries at Gebhardt's nursery. A lar...
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Ho-Chunk and European American Group Cranberry Harvesting

Date: 1900
Description: A large group of Ho-Chunks and white people harvesting cranberries. The wooden boxes lying in the field were filled with the fruit and then shipped by rail...
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Ho-Chunk and European American Group Harvesting Cranberries

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Description: Several Ho-Chunk and European American men, women, and children standing and kneeling in a field with wooden boxes. Probably picking cranberries at Gebhard...
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Advertisement for Indian Trail Cranberries

Date: 1950
Description: Advertisement for a 5 lb. gift box of fresh Wisconsin Cranberries. The advertisement tag line reads "So smart to give . . . so pleasant to receive". Pictur...
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Harvesting Cranberries

Date: 1900
Description: Two Ho-Chunk men wearing beaded shirts are gathering cranberries (hoocake) alongside a Ho-Chunk woman and a white man and woman. A large group of cranberry...
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Group of Ho-Chunk Men and Boys

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Description: A group of Ho-Chunk men and boys standing in front of two canvas tents set up at a Ho-Chunk gathering, possibly a cranberry camp. The smiles on their faces...
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Group Picking Cranberries

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Description: A group of men and women pick cranberries in a bog.
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Ho-Chunk Cranberry Gathering

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Description: View from distance of two groups of people in a open field surrounded by trees. On the right are what appears to be European Americans, with four buggies p...
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Seven Ho-Chunk Men in Field

Date: 1920
Description: Outdoor group portrait of seven Ho-Chunk men standing outdoors in a cranberry bog, They are holding the hand scoops used to harvest cranberries. The long n...

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