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Chippewa Valley Village

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Description: Winter view of Chippewa (Ojibwa) Valley village.
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Ho-Chunk Powwow Participants

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Description: This photograph of Ho-Chunk powwow participants is a copy made by Van Schaick. From left to right are: John Hazen Hill (HaNaKah), William Hall (HunkKah), W...
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Winnebago Camp — Old Monegar

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Description: View of the Winnebago camp Old Monegar at Morrison Creek Bottoms. A man wearing a hat, and a black and white dog, are walking in front of the living shelte...
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Ho-Chunk Men Playing Wah-koo-chad-ah

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Description: Six Ho-Chunk men are standing and kneeling around a blanket playing Wah-koo-chad-ah (Moccasin), a favorite game. A typical dwelling (chipoteke) is in the b...
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Wah-con-ja-z-gah (Yellow Thunder)

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Description: Wah-con-ja-z-gah (Yellow Thunder), a 120-year-old Winnebago warrior chief, posing in front of a typical dwelling (chipoteke), with two men leaning against...
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Indian Infant on Cradleboard

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Description: Illustration of an Indian baby on a cradleboard propped up between two Indian women.
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Chippewa Indian Village

Date: 1903
Description: Portion of a Chippewa (Ojibwa) Indian village at Lake Vieux Desert.
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Wona-Chia-Ah Chea-Da

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Description: "Indian Tent and Ho-Chunk Women." Four Ho-Chunk women are sitting under a basic traditional structure (chipoteke).
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Ha-Noo-Gah Chun-Hut-Ah-Rah

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Description: "Second Boy and Pony Indian." Ho-Chunk man standing with legs crossed, leaning on his pony. A typical dwelling (chipoteke) is in the background.
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Ho-Chunk Woman Tanning a Buckskin

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Description: Ho-Chunk woman tanning a buckskin. Typical dwellings (chipotekes) are in the background.
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Group of Native Americans

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Description: Group of five Native Americans with three men sitting, and one man and child standing. The standing man is holding what may be a pipe.
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Ho-Chunk Indian with Canoe and Wigwams

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Description: View towards a Ho-Chunk Indian standing behind a beached canoe. In the background are two typical dwellings (a chipoteke and a tepee or tipi) and beyond is...
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Ho-Chunk Woman Tanning a Buckskin

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Description: Ho-Chunk woman tanning buckskin. Typical dwellings (chipotekes) are in the background.
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Indian Sugar Camp

Date: 1850
Description: Chippewa Indian Sugar Camp. Plate 61, preceding p. 199, vol. I, The Indian tribes of the United States: their history antiquities, customs, religion, ar...
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Winnebago Wigwam

Date: 1884
Description: Indians standing and sitting near wigwams. Four wigwam frames are covered, with the one on the right uncovered, with a campfire inside. In the distance are...
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Husking Corn

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Description: Families sit amid piles of corn and remove the husks in the Meskovesd district near Budapest, Hungary.
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Professor Edward Ross in Tahiti

Date: July 11 1933
Description: Group portrait of Professor Ross and five friends in native dress in Tahiti. Two of the people are sitting on a stack of logs, with a cat sitting between t...
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Chippewa Lodging Framework

Date: 1929
Description: Framework for a Chippewa (Ojibwa) wigwam (left) and long medicine lodge at Lac du Flambeau. This image is part of an exhibit about Native Americans prepare...
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Mr. Bearskin

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Description: Mr. Bearskin, a medicine man, at Lac du Flambeau sitting in front of of a wigwam covered with elm bark. This image is part of an exhibit about Native Ameri...
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Chippewa Medicine Man and His Family

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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...

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