Portrait of Carrie Elk & Annie Lowe Lincoln

Waist-up studio portrait of two young Ho-Chunk women posing sitting, wearing beaded necklaces and long earrings, and wrapped in shawls, Black River Falls, Wisconsin, 1904. Carrie Elk (ENooKah), left, daughter of Lucie Elk, is of mixed African-American and Ho-Chunk heritage, though she identified herself as Ho-Chunk. Annie Lowe Lincoln (Red Bird), right, is the daughter of King of Thunder. Annie and Carrie were cousins. (Photo by Charles Van Schaick/Wisconsin Historical Society/Getty Images)
Waist-up studio portrait of two young Ho-Chunk women posing sitting, wearing beaded necklaces and long earrings, and wrapped in shawls, Black River Falls, Wisconsin, 1904. Carrie Elk (ENooKah), left, daughter of Lucie Elk, is of mixed African-American and Ho-Chunk heritage, though she identified herself as Ho-Chunk. Annie Lowe Lincoln (Red Bird), right, is the daughter of King of Thunder. Annie and Carrie were cousins. (Photo by Charles Van Schaick/Wisconsin Historical Society/Getty Images)
Portrait of Carrie Elk & Annie Lowe Lincoln
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January 01, 1904
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