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  • Collection: kingsbury indian photographs
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    • Agness Buckskin and her baby

    • Indians of North America; Ojibwe Indians; Women; Children; Dwellings
    • Agnes Buckskin is seated, holding her child in front of a wooden building Another unidentified woman stands behind her and an unidentified man looks out the window at the camera. Handwritten caption reads: "Agness Buckskin and her baby, Three...
    • Bridge at Smoky Falls

    • Indians of North America; Menominee Indian Tribe of Wisconsin; Bridges; Waterways; Men; Women; Rivers
    • People walking across a small wooden bridge at Smokey Falls of the Wolf River. Handwritten caption reads: "Smokey Falls, Menominee Indian Reservation, Nomad Indian Trading Post, Markton, Wis."
    • Cabin by the Wolf River

    • Indians of North America; Menominee Indian Tribe of Wisconsin; Men; Dwellings; Rivers; Women
    • Log cabin with a group of seated men and a woman near Otter Slide on the Wolf River. Handwritten caption reads: "The old house at 'Otter Slide' on the Wolf River."
    • Dells of the Wolf River

    • Indians of North America; Menominee Indian Tribe of Wisconsin; Waterways; Rivers
    • View of the Wolf River Dells at Keshena Falls. Handwritten caption reads: "Nomad Indian Trading Post, Markton, Wis. Dells of the Wolf River, Keshena Falls, Wis."
    • Early days

    • Indians of North America; Ojibwe Indians; Tipis
    • A teepee with a dramatic sky behind. A tipi with a dramatic sky behind. Handwritten caption reads: "early days, Watersmeet, Mich."
    • Family at home

    • Indians of North America; Ojibwe Indians; Material culture; Women; Men
    • Group in front of a wigwam home. Left to right: John Batiste, Alice Scott Batiste, Na-Wa-Kwe. Na Wa Kwe is seated on a sled. Handwritten caption reads: "Chippewa Indians, Lac du Flambeau." This negative is damaged. A cropped version is io032.jpg
    • Gingwashnokwe at the store

    • Indians of North America; Ojibwe Indians; Women; Stores, Retail;
    • An elderly woman, Gingwashnokwe, seated in a store interior, smoking a pipe. Komis means grandmother in the Ojibwe language. Handwritten caption reads: "A Customer at the Store. Copyright 1908 by A.J. Kingsbury Antigo, Wis." Same subject as...
    • Gingwashnokwe in a store interior

    • Indians of North America; Ojibwe Indians; Women; Stores; Retail
    • An elderly woman, Gingwashnokwe, seated in a store interior, smoking a pipe. Komis is short for Grandmother in Ojibwe. Handwritten caption reads: "Komis sat and pondered." The same subject as io022.jpg.
    • Group in front of a wigwam home

    • Indians of North America; Ojibwe Indians; Families; Men; Women; Children; Winter; Wigwams
    • Group of men, women and a child standing in front of a wigwam home, in winter. Some are holding baskets or model canoes. Third from right: Bob Link, at right: John "45" Wayman.
    • Highway 45

    • Indians of North America; Menominee Indian Tribe of Wisconsin; Rivers; Roads
    • Highway 45 next to the Wolf River. Handwritten caption reads: "Highway #45 at Keshena Falls, Menominee Indian Reservation."

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