Press room of the 'Tomahawk weekly newspaper at White Earth'.
Quantity 1 photonegative
Format Content Category: photographs
Format: negative
Measurements 5 x 7 inches
Place Subject: White Earth Reservation, Minnesota, United States
Creation Photographer: Beaulieu, Robert G.
Subjects Communications. Newspapers. Facilities. General views.
White Earth Indian Reservation (Minn.)
Dates Creation: Approximately 1915
Content: Approximately 1910
Holding Type Photographs
Use Copy HC1.11 r6
Identifiers 6487-A
Negative Number 6487-A

User Comments

  • Stephanie (Elliott) Prieto on May 16, 2016 03:12:40 PM

    Theodore Hudon Beaulieu, editor, is on the left. Augustus Hudon Beaulieu, publisher, is on the right. Augustus Beaulieu founded "The Progress" (White Earth's first weekly newspaper) in 1886. It later became "The Tomahawk." The Indian Agent at White Earth initially confiscated the printing press of "The Progress," accusing Augustus Beaulieu of having the intention of "breaking down the influence of the United States Indian Agent with the Indians." This censure was overturned in US Federal Court. Printing resumed in 1887. (Information courtesy of Gerald Vizenor)

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