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Photography -- Printing processes -- Albumen

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 37 Collections and/or Records:

Castle Rock in Dakota County, Minnesota, 1865-06-20

 Item
Identifier: 1998.004.21
Scope and Contents View of Castle Rock, a rock formation, located in Dakota County, Minnesota.
Dates: 1865-06-20

Portrait of an unidentified Native American male, 1862

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Identifier: 1998.004.18
Scope and Contents Studio portrait of an unidentified Native American male, pictured standing, wearing a multi-feathered headdress and wrapped in a blanket.
Dates: 1862

Portrait of Anpetu-Tokeca, 1862

 Item
Identifier: 1998.004.1
Scope and Contents Studio portrait of Anpetu-Tokeca (English name: Other day). Pictured seated in suit coat and vest, holding a hat on his lap. Rescued sixty-two persons from the Indian massacre of 1862 in Minnesota.
Dates: 1862

Portrait of Cut Nose, 1862

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Identifier: 1998.004.2
Scope and Contents Studio portrait of Cut Nose pictured seated, in braids and 7-feathered headband. Alledged to have murdered 18 women and children and 5 men in the massacre of 1862 in Minnesota.
Dates: 1862

Portrait of Han-ye-tu was-te, 1862

 Item
Identifier: 1998.004.3
Scope and Contents Image of Han-ye-tu- was-te (English name: Beautiful Night), pictured seated on the ground outside the entrance of a teepee. Noted as a Dakotah (Sioux) Belle.
Dates: 1862

Portrait of Little Crow's Son, 1862

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Identifier: 1998.004.5
Scope and Contents Studio portrait of Wo-wi-na-pa, Little Crow's son (English name: Thomas Wakeman), pictured seated and wrapped in a blanket. Taken prisoner by the military expedition under the command of Brig. Gen. Sibley in 1863.
Dates: 1862