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Joseph Anderson, 1863. Anderson claimed that the command was his, criticized the choice of campsite.
Photograph of Joseph Elsinger, founder of the Golden Rule department store and member of the board of the Crispus Attucks Home, undated.
Portrait of Joseph Gilbert, c.1925.
Portrait of Joseph Hancock.
Portrait of Joseph Hancock, 1904.
Joseph R. Brown, nominal leader of the burial party, c.1853.
Joseph Rolette in the garb of a fur trader, c.1860.
Joseph Rolette as a young businessman and trader, c.1841.
British percussion double barrel shotgun used by Rolette, c.1850–1871.
Judge Charles E. Vanderburgh c.1872. Vanderburgh presided over the Eliza Winston court case in August 1860.
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