Joseph R. Brown with Dakota Indians and white men who accompanied him to Washington for a treaty with the government.

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Titles Joseph R. Brown with Dakota Indians and white men who accompanied him to Washington for a treaty with the government. (Supplied Title)
Quantity 1 photoprint
Format Content Category: photographs
Format: photoprint
Colorization: black and white
Physical Support: paper
Measurements 16 x 20 inches
Creation Photographer: Fredericks, Charles DeForest
Subjects Belland, Henry
Brown, Joseph Renshaw
Brown, Nathaniel R.
Campbell, Antoine Joseph
Has a War Club
Mankato
Red Owl
Robertson, Andrew
Robertson, Thomas A.
Wa-pa-sha III
Indians. Dakota. Santee. Government and relations with United States government. Treaties and delegations.
Dates Creation: 1858
Content: 1858
Notes Photographer located in New York.

Holding Type Photographs
Identifiers E91.51 h1 (Locator Number)
3479 (Negative Number)

User Comments

  • Sue Moman Bowen on June 29, 2021 09:44:36 PM
    Chief Wabasha III is my 3Greats grandfather.
  • Sue Moman Bowen on June 29, 2021 09:51:39 PM
    Chief Wabasha III is my 3Greats grandfather. Antoine Campbell is my family too. I can't remember exactly. My Grandmother was Grace Emily Campbell Chase. Her Father was Ellis Campbell, a Sioux also. She was married to Joseph Nelson Chase. His Grandmother was also a Wabasha, Maggie Wabasha Chase Goodthunder. Joseph N. Chase's son, Joe Jesse Chase was the son of Jesse Woodson James, the infamous outlaw. Jesse was married in the indian way to Maggie Wabasha & his brother Frank was married in indian way to her sister, Mdoza. They each had a child. Frank's child was Emma.

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