Graphite drawing of a Dakota woman processing a hide, c.1845. Drawing by Seth Eastman.

Dakota woman scraping a hide

Graphite drawing of a Dakota woman processing a hide, c.1845. Drawing by Seth Eastman.

Oil-on-canvas portrait of Harriet Bishop. Painted c.1880 by Andrew Falkenshield; based on an engraving of Bishop made in 1860.

Harriet Bishop

Oil-on-canvas portrait of Harriet Bishop. Painted c.1880 by Andrew Falkenshield; based on an engraving of Bishop made in 1860.

Graphite drawing of Fort Snelling, 1863.

Graphite drawing of Fort Snelling

Graphite drawing of Fort Snelling, 1863.

Sketch of soldiers’ barracks at Fort Snelling, c.1862, by Albert Colgrave.

Sketch of Barracks at Fort Snelling

Sketch of soldiers’ barracks at Fort Snelling, c.1862, by Albert Colgrave.

Colorized Washburn-Crosby Flour Mills advertisement for Gold Medal Flour, Threshing Scene, unknown location.

Washburn-Crosby Flour Mills advertisement for Gold Medal Flour, Threshing Scene

Washburn-Crosby Flour Mills advertisement for Gold Medal Flour, Threshing Scene, c.1900.

Black and white photograph of Josias King standing in front of a bronze statue patterned after his likeness, 1903.

Josias King with statue

Josias King standing in front of a bronze statue patterned after his likeness, 1903.

Sorel, Lower Canada

Town of Sorel, Lower Canada. Drawing by John Lambert. Image is from the New York Public Library Digital Collections.

Color image of a Qeej (Hmong wind instrument) made by Shong Ger Thao of St. Paul in 1999.

Qeej (Hmong wind instrument)

Qeej (Hmong wind instrument) made by Shong Ger Thao of St. Paul, 1999.

Color image of a Man’s Hmong New Year outfit worn by Doua Cheng, c.1999.

Man’s Hmong New Year outfit

Man’s Hmong New Year outfit worn by Doua Cheng, c.1999.

Color image of a 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.

Hmong tb lub pov courtship ball

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.

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