Seven Ho-Chunk Men in Field

Outdoor group portrait of seven Ho-Chunk men standing outdoors in a cranberry bog, They are holding the hand scoops used to harvest cranberries, Black River Falls, Wisconsin, 1920. The long narrow slats at the front of the hand scoops were used to strip the berries off of the vines. Standing third from left is George Garvin Sr. (WoShipKah); second from right is Jim Swallow (MaPaZoeRayKeKah). (Photo by Charles Van Schaick/Wisconsin Historical Society/Getty Images)
Outdoor group portrait of seven Ho-Chunk men standing outdoors in a cranberry bog, They are holding the hand scoops used to harvest cranberries, Black River Falls, Wisconsin, 1920. The long narrow slats at the front of the hand scoops were used to strip the berries off of the vines. Standing third from left is George Garvin Sr. (WoShipKah); second from right is Jim Swallow (MaPaZoeRayKeKah). (Photo by Charles Van Schaick/Wisconsin Historical Society/Getty Images)
Seven Ho-Chunk Men in Field
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January 01, 1920
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