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Park Hotel

Date: 1910
Description: Exterior view of the Park Hotel.
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Chicago, Burlington, & Quincy Railroad Line

Date: 1920
Description: A view down the railroad tracks of the Chicago, Burlington, and Quincy Railroad Line. The depot is in the distance on the far left.
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Pepin

Date: September 1908
Description: View down a main dirt road in Pepin. To the left is a sign for a livery stable.
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Lake Pepin Marker

Date: 1940
Description: A marker at Lake Pepin made by the sixth grade of Whitehall Memorial School as part of their Junior Historian activities. The Junior Historians are a grade...
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Group on Main Street

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Description: Three men and a young girl stand on a wooden sidewalk on the right in front of what appears to be a storefront. A group of four small children stand agains...
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Frank Wilson Family

Date: 1910
Description: Family of Frank Wilson on the porch of their home.
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Laura Ingalls Wilder Historic Marker

Date: September 16 1962
Description: Participants in the dedication ceremony of the Laura Ingalls Wilder historical marker in Pepin, Wilder's birthplace, included, from left to right, Miss Ele...
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The Crowd at Fort St. Antoine

Date: May 08 1927
Description: A crowd at Fort St. Antoine celebrating the 23rd anniversary of Nicolas Perrot claiming the territory of the upper Mississippi River for France. A reenactm...
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The Soldiers of Perrot

Date: May 08 1927
Description: Actors in a reenactment of a Taking Possession ceremony in which Nicolas Perrot claimed the territory of the upper Mississippi River for France.
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Native American Actors

Date: May 08 1927
Description: Actors (who are possibly Native American) posing outdoors near a lodge. They are participants in a reenactment of a ceremony in which Nicolas Perrot claime...
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Pageant of Taking Possession

Date: May 07 1927
Description: Actors taking part in a reenactment of a ceremony in which Nicolas Perrot claimed the territory of the upper Mississippi River for France at Fort St. Antoi...
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Actor Joseph Schafer

Date: May 07 1927
Description: Actor Joseph Shafer/Schafer telling the story of The Ostensorium in a reenactment of a ceremony in which Nicolas Perrot claimed the territory of the upper...
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Actors in the Taking Possession Pageant

Date: May 08 1927
Description: From left to right are E.D. Rounds, W.W. Bartell, and Joseph Schafer. They were participants in a reenactment of a ceremony in which Nicolas Perrot claimed...
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Actors with Flag in Reenactment

Date: May 08 1927
Description: Six actors are standing outdoors. One of them men is holding a flag a fleur-de-lis design in a reenactment of a ceremony in which Nicolas Perrot claimed th...
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Actors near Indian Lodge

Date: May 08 1927
Description: A group of actors, some in Native American clothing, are posing by an Indian lodge. They are participants in a reenactment of a ceremony in which Nicolas P...
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Group of Actors in Reenactment

Date: May 08 1927
Description: A large group of actors posing together outdoors while in costume. They are participants in a reenactment of a ceremony in which Nicolas Perrot claimed the...
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Group of Actors

Date: May 08 1927
Description: A group of actors posing outdoors together in costume. They are participants in a reenactment of a ceremony in which Nicolas Perrot claimed the territory o...
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Paulsons and Audience

Date: May 08 1927
Description: A crowd of people attending a reenactment of a ceremony in which Nicolas Perrot claimed the territory of the upper Mississippi River for France at Fort St....
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Taking Possession Pageant

Date: May 08 1927
Description: Actors performing in a reenactment of a ceremony in which Nicolas Perrot claimed the territory of the upper Mississippi River for France at Fort St. Antoin...
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Men with Historic Highway Marker

Date: May 08 1927
Description: Two men are standing by a sign, near a fence, marking the former location of Fort Antoine.

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