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Topic: chien

1803
1803
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1930
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The pipe dance and the tomahawk dance / F. Barinsou ; painted at the treaty of Prairie du Chien 1825 by J.O. Lewis ; Lehman & Duval Lithrs.

The pipe dance and the tomahawk dance / F. Barinsou ; painted at the t...

Native men performing the pipe dance and the tomahawk dance.

Kee-O-Kuck or the Watching Fox the present Chief of the Sauk tribe and successor to Black Hawk / / painted by J.O. Lewis at the great treaty of Prarie du Chien 1825 ; Lehman & Duval Lithrs. Philada.

Kee-O-Kuck or the Watching Fox the present Chief of the Sauk tribe and...

Kee-O-Kuck or the Watching Fox, full length portrait, standing, facing slightly left, wearing traditional dress, at Prairie du Chien, 1825.

The Chien Men gate, the principal entrance to Peking, China

The Chien Men gate, the principal entrance to Peking, China

Photograph shows covered carts by the entrance to the city gate.

Outside the Chien Mein Gate, Peking, China

Outside the Chien Mein Gate, Peking, China

Photograph shows a streetcar, rickshaws, carts, bicycles, and pedestrians in front Chien Mein Gate.

View of the great treaty held at Prarie [sic] du Chien, September 1825 / painted on the spot by J.O. Lewis ; Lehman & Duval Lithrs.

View of the great treaty held at Prarie [sic] du Chien, September 1825...

Natives from many tribes and U.S. military encampment at Prairie du Chien for the presentation of the treaty in September 1825.

View of the great treaty held at Prarie [sic] du Chien, September 1825 / painted on the spot by J.O. Lewis ; Lehman & Duval Lithrs.

View of the great treaty held at Prarie [sic] du Chien, September 1825...

Natives from many tribes and U.S. military encampment at Prairie du Chien for the presentation of the treaty in September 1825.