Ho-Chunk woman, Ida Lizzie Decorra Blowsnake (Real Wampum Woman), (WooRooShiekESkaeWinKah)wearing traditional woman's regalia (hinukwaje) made from brightly painted fabric. Solid-color cloth was usually used to make Ho-Chunk women's dresses. Photo: ca. 1900.

Ho-Chunk woman, Ida Lizzie Decorra Blowsnake (Real Wampum Woman), (WooRooShiekESkaeWinKah)wearing traditional woman's regalia (hinukwaje) made from brightly painted fabric. Solid-color cloth was usually used to make Ho-Chunk women's dresses.

Ho-Chunk Mother and Daughter - 1891 ca. Marie Molly Prophet Thunder (HoWaChoNeWinKah) hold her daughter Kate Thunder (WaRoSheSepEWinKah). - Photo Van Chaick, Charles     ..Black River Falls, Wisconsin          ..www.wisconsinhistory.org

Ho-Chunk comes from the word Hochungra, meaning "People of the Big Voice" or "People of the Sacred Language." Mother and Daughter - C 1891 - HoWaChoNeWinKahb holds her daughter WaRoSheSepEWinKah - Photo Charles Van Chaick - Black River Falls, WI

Three young Ho-Chunk women, from left to right, Grace Decorra Twocrow Winneshiek Massey (MauHeHutTaWinKah), Florence Littlesoldier Wallace Thunder (MauKonNeeWinKah) and Alice Standstraight Blowsnake Littlewolf (HeChoWinKah). Photo: ca. 1890.

Circa 1890 - Three young Ho-Chunk women, from left to right, Grace Decorra Twocrow Winneshiek Massey (MauHeHutTaWinKah), Florence Littlesoldier Wallace Thunder (MauKonNeeWinKah) and Alice Standstraight Blowsnake Littlewolf (HeChoWinKah).

Ho-Chunk women, Frieda Blackcoon and Mary Cloud White (DaScotchAWinKah), sitting in front of a painted backdrop. They are both wearing traditional women's regalia (hinukwaje). Photo: ca. 1895.

Ho-Chunk women, Frieda Blackcoon and Mary Cloud White (DaScotchAWinKah), sitting in front of a painted backdrop. They are both wearing traditional women's regalia (hinukwaje).

Ho-Chunk men. The man on the left, John Stacy (ChoNeKayHunKah), is wrapped with a blanket around his shoulders. The man on the right, Henry Greencrow (CooNooZeeKah), has his hand on a chair. Both men are wearing traditional Ho-Chunk moccasins. Photo: 1890.

The man on the left, John Stacy (ChoNeKayHunKah), is wrapped with a blanket around his shoulders. The man on the right, Henry Greencrow (CooNooZeeKah), has his hand on a chair. Both men are wearing traditional Ho-Chunk moccasins.

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Ho-Chunk Mother and Child - 1904 ca. - Martha-Lyons Lowe Stacy (KaRaChoWinKah) hold her son James Stacy (NaHeKah). James, son of John Stacy (ChoNoKayHunKah) died at the age of two.   Photo Van Chaick, Charles - Black River Falls, Wisconsin              ..www.wisconsihistory.org

Ho-Chunk woman Martha Lyons-Lowe Stacy (KaRaChoWinKah) holds her son James Stacy (NaHeKah). tragically James died at the age of two. Photo- What a beautiful mother and child!

Beautiful young Ho-Chunk woman Kate Thunder Miner (WaRoSheSepEWinKah). Photo: ca. 1905.

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Bemos A. Geshig of the Ojibwa tribe in partial native dress holding a war club - Δ Charles Milton Bell, ca.

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