Studio Portrait of Elderly Ho-Chunk Man Henry Rice Hill

Three-quarter length studio portrait of an elderly Ho-Chunk man Henry Rice Hill (SanJanMonEKah), posing in front of a painted backdrop, Black River Falls, Wisconsin, 1900. Henry was a private in Company A of the Omaha Scouts during the Civil War. He is wearing a deer bone choker around his neck and two Ho-Chunk bandolier bags across his chest, and is holding a pipe tomahawk. The golden eagle tail feather in his hat signifies warrior or veteran status. (Photo by Charles Van Schaick/Wisconsin Historical Society/Getty Images)
Three-quarter length studio portrait of an elderly Ho-Chunk man Henry Rice Hill (SanJanMonEKah), posing in front of a painted backdrop, Black River Falls, Wisconsin, 1900. Henry was a private in Company A of the Omaha Scouts during the Civil War. He is wearing a deer bone choker around his neck and two Ho-Chunk bandolier bags across his chest, and is holding a pipe tomahawk. The golden eagle tail feather in his hat signifies warrior or veteran status. (Photo by Charles Van Schaick/Wisconsin Historical Society/Getty Images)
Studio Portrait of Elderly Ho-Chunk Man Henry Rice Hill
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January 01, 1900
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