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Hmong paj ndaub, or story cloth, illustrating Hmong New Year activities. Made in at a refugee camp in Thailand, c.1980.
Hmong paj ndaub, or story cloth, illustrating Hmong New Year courtship rituals. Made in Ban Vinai, Thailand, c.1988.
Hmong paj ndaub, or story cloth, illustrating Hmong New Year activities. Made in Ban Vinai, Thailand, c.1989.
Hmong tb lub pov courtship ball used during a Hmong New Year celebration. Made by Mai Yia Thao of St. Paul on December 16, 1994.
Black-and-white photo print of the Ho-Chunk (Winnebago) Indian Agency, c.1860.
Black-and-white photograph of a Ho-Chunk (Winnebago) encampment taken by Whitney's Gallery, c.1865.
Black and white photograph of a Ho-Chunk woman sitting outside a shelter. Taken by Benjamin Franklin Upton in 1858.
Workers hoe sugar beets in a field in Carver County. Date and photographer unknown.
Holden Church, Kenyon, August 5, 1891. Photographer: Ole G. Felland.
Portrait of Hole-in-the-Day with turban, feathers, and blanket, 1862–1868.
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