Black and white daguerreotype of Sarah Jane Steele Sibley, wife of Henry H. Sibley, c.1848.

Daguerreotype of Sarah Jane Steele Sibley

Daguerreotype of Sarah Jane Steele Sibley, wife of Henry H. Sibley, c.1848.

Black and white scane of a daily CCC camp schedule from Handbook of instruction for enrollees, 1939.

Daily CCC camp schedule

Daily CCC camp schedule from Handbook of instruction for enrollees, 1939.

Dairy Hall, farm campus, St. Paul

Dairy Hall, farm campus, St. Paul

Dairy Hall, University of Minnesota farm campus, St. Paul, c.1910.

Black and white photograph of Daisy sale window display, Dayton’s, 1956.

Daisy sale window display

Daisy sale window display, Dayton’s, 1956.

Dakota bag featuring beadwork and quillwork created no earlier than 1856.

Dakota beaded and quilled bag

Dakota bag featuring beadwork and quillwork created no earlier than 1856.

Color image of Dakota beaded and ribbonwork moccasins, made by Sarah Good Thunder (Dakota), 1904. Inscribed: “Made by Mrs. Good Thunder for Mrs. Whipple 1904."

Dakota beaded and ribbonwork moccasins

Dakota beaded and ribbonwork moccasins, made by Sarah Good Thunder (Dakota), 1904. Inscribed: “Made by Mrs. Good Thunder for Mrs. Whipple 1904."

Color image of a beaded bag made by Margeurite Metivier, c.1860.

Dakota beaded bag

Beaded bag made by Margeurite Metivier, c.1860.

Color image of a Dakota leather pouch with lane-stitched geometric beadwork made in the nineteenth century.

Dakota beaded leather pouch

Dakota leather pouch with lane-stitched geometric beadwork made in the 1800s.

Color image of a beaded Dakota case, c.1900. From the Cheyenne Indian Reservation; probably made as a tourist souvenir.

Dakota beaded scissors case

Beaded Dakota case, c.1900. From the Cheyenne Indian Reservation; probably made as a tourist souvenir.

Color image of a beaded wall pocket made by Dakota Indians. Collected at the Cheyenne River Indian Reservation in the late nineteenth or early twentieth century.

Dakota beaded wall pocket

Beaded wall pocket made by Dakota Indians. Collected at the Cheyenne River Indian Reservation in the late nineteenth or early twentieth century.

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