Color image of Henry H. Sibley's epaulettes, 1862.

Henry H. Sibley's epaulettes

United States Army officer's epaulettes worn by Brigadier General Henry H. Sibley, 1863.

Color image of United States Army officer's epaulettes worn by Brigadier General Henry H. Sibley, 1863.

Henry H. Sibley's epaulettes

United States Army officer's epaulettes worn by Brigadier General Henry H. Sibley, 1863.

Color image of United States Army officer's epaulettes worn by Brigadier General Henry H. Sibley, 1863.

Henry H. Sibley's epaulettes

United States Army officer's epaulettes worn by Brigadier General Henry H. Sibley, 1863.

Black and white photograph of Henry Sibley wearing the uniform of a brigadier general, 1862.

Henry H. Sibley, brigadier general

Henry H. Sibley as a brigadier general in the United States Volunteer Army, 1863.

Black and white photograph of Henry H. Sibley while he was the director of the St. Paul Chamber of Commerce, 1889.

Henry H. Sibley, director of the St. Paul Chamber of Commerce

Henry H. Sibley while he was the director of the St. Paul Chamber of Commerce, 1889.

Color image of Henry Jobe and Harold Thorson at a special demonstration about slow-moving vehicle signs for farm implements and tractors, 1967.

Henry Jobe and Harold Thorson with highway patrol officer

Henry Jobe and Harold Thorson at a special demonstration about slow-moving vehicle signs for farm implements and tractors, 1967.

Black and white photograph of Dr. Henry Longstreet Taylor in his St. Paul office, 1896.

Henry Longstreet Taylor

Dr. Henry Longstreet Taylor in his St. Paul office, 1896.

Black and white photograph of Dr. Henry Longstreet Taylor entertaining children at the Ramsey County Preventorium, c.1930.

Henry Longstreet Taylor and children

Dr. Henry Longstreet Taylor entertaining children at the Ramsey County Preventorium, c.1930.

Black and white photograph of Henry Mower Rice, 1863.

Henry Mower Rice

Henry Mower Rice, 1863. Rice was deeply involved in the Ho-Chunk removal to Long Prairie. Though trusted by many Ho-Chunk, he used their situation for political and monetary gain.

Portrait of Henry Sibley

Henry Sibley

Portrait of Henry Sibley, c.1860.

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