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Native American

Sauk County Historical Society

Photographic Collection

 

Ah-Ha-Cho-Ka, UN1326, or Blue Wing, Winnebago Chief

Ah-Ha-Cho-Ka, UN1887, or Blue Wing, Winnebago Chief, c. 1912. d. 1897 in Tomah

Ah-Ha-Cho-Ka, UN951, portrait

Ah-Ha-Cho-Ka’s daughter & her family, UN897

Ah-Ha-Cho-Ka, 12-1913

Alligator Mound, UN686, in Cemetery Group

Alligator Mound, UN689,

Arrow Heads, UN1251, cache of arrow heads found by Sophia Meyers on Tinkham farm west of Baraboo

Bird Mound, UN1249, SW of Loddi’s Mill in town of Prairie du Sac. by H.E. Cole, 1905

Bird Mound, UN680, at Devils Lake

Bird Mound, UN683, at Devils Lake

Black Hawk War, UN780, Spring Head Lake, site where Col. Dodge with 20 men killed 17

Cache, UN1247, arrowheads found on Tinkham farm near Baraboo

Camp, 5-1976AB [R30AB], Standing Water’s camp in 1920's. He is on left, holding his daughter.

Deer Mound, UN685, on property of Crandall home, 727 8th St., Baraboo, home in background

Deer Mound, UN687, on property of Crandall home, 727 8th St., Baraboo

Deer Mound, UN688, on property of Crandall home, 727 8th St., Baraboo, home in background

Dekora, Henry, UN657, giving his wife drink of alcohol & water. c. 1896.

Family, 2-2005M, “Frank Moore and Indians about 1900". Inside tee-pee

Frog Mound, UN690, northeast of Baraboo

Ho Chunk , UN1243, Farm buildings removed for casino expansion, c. 1999

Home-Tee Pee, UN1152, Tepee, Kilbourn, WI, 1921

Homes-Tee Pee, UN1216,

Indian Trail, UN1248, Indian trail in front of Calvert house in Town of Delton, 5 miles north of

             Baraboo.  Photo by H.E. Cole, 1905

Lodge, 2-2005L, Winnebago Lodge and white visitors. Given by Dr. F.D. Hulburt, Reedsburg

Lynx, Mound, UN678, in Cemetery Group, Baraboo

Man Mound, UN1244, descriptive tablet at monument

Man Mound, UN1338, Dedication ceremony of plaque. John M. True, standing left

Man Mound, UN675, the head in the snow

Man Mound, UN676

Man Mound, UN684

Mound, 2-2003BM, on Donald farm

Man Mound, UN833, Chalk outline of upper torso

Mink Mound, UN677, in Cemetery Group, Baraboo

Mound, UN682, Bear Mound in cemetery group, Baraboo

Mound, UN679, “Mounds in Cemetery or Donald Group”, Baraboo

Mound, UN681, “on Wis. River, mile N. of Shults farm, 6 miles N. of Baraboo

Old Deer, UN720. Old Deer, standing & Old Smoky. Winnebago. Old Smoky’s hand was

            missing so he always kept a blanket over it.

Old Smoky, UN720. Old Deer, standing & Old Smoky. Winnebago. Old Smoky’s hand was

            missing so he always kept a blanket over it.

Panther Mound, 2-2002CH

Pettibone, Emma, UN1328, with child. 1912

Settlement, UN1917, Winnebago hut. Frank Moon in photo. On S. bank of Baraboo river on farm  of Mrs. O. Cook. c. 1898

Tee Pee, UN1250, Winnebago dwelling on Steel place. County Superintendent Snyder stands on

             Indian mound, longest in Wis. River group. Attorney Jorge Ca___ stands on level

             ground. photo by H.E. Cole 1905

Unidentified Mound, UN691

Unidentified Mound, UN692

Winnebago Family, UN1343

Winnebago Family, 2-2006EP, beside a wigwam, c. 1900. “Winnebago Indians near Baraboo”. May be a H.E. Cole photo

Winnebago men, UN1781, Old costumes, c. 1935

Yellow Thunder Monument, 16-2001GL, c. 1912

Yellow Thunder, UN1246. Where he lies buried. Photo by H.E. Cole, Sept. 16, 1905