Anita McCormick Blaine Correspondence and Papers, 1828-1958

Subseries: Minnesota
Leech Lake Agency, Minn.
Box   3
Item   170
“Dr. Stephenson, agency physician, and assistants preparing small pox patient for removal to hospital at agency, 1901”
Box   3
Item   171
“Putting small pox patient on boat for removal to hospital at agency, 1901”
Box   3
Item   172
“Small pox patient's tepee - burned after removal of Indian, 1901”
Ojibwa-Pillager Battle at Sugar Point on Bear Island, Walker, Minn., 1898
Box   3
Item   173-174
Cavalry troop, Walker, Minn., Oct. 1898
Box   3
Item   175
Cavalry troop and cannons, Walker, Minn., 1898
Box   3
Item   176
Cavalry troop around cannon, Walker, Minn., 1898
Note: Photographer: Quam and Drysdale, Walker, Minn.
Box   3
Item   177
Cavalry troop in front of encampment, Walker, Minn., 1898
Box   3
Item   178
Cavalry and civilians at encampment, Walker (?), Minn., 1898
Box   3
Item   179
Cavalry troops around fire, Walker (?), Minn., 1898
Box   3
Item   180-181
People on boat dock watching boat landing, Walker (?), Minn., 1898
Box   3
Item   182
Cavalry on barge going to or returning from Bear Island, 1898
Note: Photographer: Quam and Drysdale, Walker, Minn.
Box   3
Item   183
“Company E on their arrival after battle,” Walker, Minn., 1898
Note: Photographer: Drysdale, Brainerd, Minn.
Box   3
Item   184
Forest, probably on Bear Island, 1898
Box   3
Item   185
Bear Island, 1898. Possibly cabin of Bug-u-ma-ge-sik
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Item   186
W.A. Jones (?) and unidentifed man, probably on Bear Island, after Oct. 10, 1898
Box   3
Item   187
W.A. Jones (left) with group, possibly on Bear Island, after Oct. 10, 1898
Box   3
Item   188
Native Americans, possibly delegates to council at Leech Lake Agency, Oct. 1898
Box   3
Item   189
Council at Leech Lake Agency, Oct. 1898. W.A. Jones seated second from right
Note: Photographer: Quam & Drysdale, Walker, Minn.
Box   3
Item   190
Group of Native Americans, possibly during council at Leech Lake Agency, 1898
Box   3
Item   191
“Bug-u-ma-ge-sik, the Indian outlaw who caused the war at Sugar Point, 1899.”
Note: Photographer: Drysdale, Walker, Minn.
Box   3
Item   192
Ojibwa man, possibly involved in the conflict
Box   3
Item   193
Ojibwa bark house
Note: Photographer: Quam & Drysdale, Walker, Minn.