Timeline Credits

People, Places, and Time / Eras

  • 12,000 B.C. Hunting Camp. Courtesy of Ohio Historical Society
  • Leader’s Headdress, 2,000 B.C. Photo courtesy of The Field Museum (A110046c, 56080, 56091, 56114, 56128, 56200, 56201, 56371, 56751)
  • A. D. 400 Village. Courtesy of Ohio Historical Society
  • Cahokia, painting by William R. Iseminger, courtesy of Cahokia Mounds State Historic Site
  • 17th century Trade Goods-Silver Cross. Photo courtesy of Allen County-Ft. Wayne Historical Society
  • Jolliet’s and Marquette’s Visit to Illinois Villages, 1673. Courtesy of Illinois State Historical Society
  • Trader with Indians, 18th century. Courtesy of Library of Congress, Prints and Photographs Division, Detroit Publishing Co. Collection, LC-D-10865.
  • “Treaty of Greenville,” 1795. Painting courtesy of Chicago Historical Society (SC404, #AL00235)
  • “Battle of the Thames, October 5, 1813.” Painting courtesy of Library and Archives Canada, 1970-188-2005. W. H. Coverdale Collection of Canadiana
  • “Treaty of Prairie du Chien.” J. O. Lewis, The Aboriginal Port-folio, (Newberry Library, Ayer 250.6 L67 1851)
  • World War I veteran. Photo courtesy of Wisconsin Historical Society
  • World War II Indian Worker in Defense Plant in Wisconsin, 1942. Photo courtesy of Library of Congress, LC-USE6-D007016
  • Jingle dress, ca. 2005. Photo courtesy of Little Earth of United Tribes, Minneapolis, MN
  • Tribal headquarters. Photo courtesy of Minnesota Chippewa Tribe

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Homeland & Its Use / Treaty Rights

  • Fort Brady. A. Hill, Ballou’s Pictorial, 1855-1859 (Newberry Library A5.372)
  • Ojibwa fishermen. Photo by A. E. Young, c. 1900. Courtesy of Judge Joseph H. Steere Room, Bayliss Public Library, Sault Ste. Marie, MI
  • Ojibwa Treaty Delegation, 1852. Benjamin Armstrong, Early Life Among the Indians, 1892 (Newberry Library, Graff 88)
  • Whitetail Deer. Photo by Scott Bauer/USDA
  • Sturgeon. Drawing courtesy of U.S. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
  • Black Bear. Photo courtesy of National Park Service
  • Woman on Her Way to Rice Beds, photo by Albert E. Jenks, The Wild Rice Gatherers of the Upper Lakes, 1897 (Newberry Library, Ayer301, Pl. 70)
  • Fisherman with Indian guide. Photo courtesy of George W. Brown Jr. Ojibwe Museum and Cultural Center

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Marketplace / Commercial Activity

  • “White Trader with Indian Trappers,” ca. 1820. Painter unknown. With permission of the Royal Ontario Museum © ROM
  • “Signing of the Treaty of 1819.” Painter unknown. Courtesy of Archives of Michigan
  • “A Sketch on Lake Huron.” Painting by Paul Kane, 1850-52. With permission of the Royal Ontario Museum © ROM
  • “Treaty of Traverse des Sioux.” Print reproduction of Frank Blackwell Mayer painting, 1851-86 (Newberry Library, VAULT oversize Ayer Art Mayer, Drawing No. 67)
  • Treaty Annuity Payment to Ojibwas at La Pointe, 1870. Photo by Charles A. Zimmerman. Courtesy of Wisconsin Historical Society
  • “Two Indians in Canoe with Dipnet, Poling the Rapids of St. Mary’s River.” Sketch by Paul Kane, ca. 1850-52. With permission of the Royal Ontario Museum © ROM
  • Logging on the Lac Courte Oreilles Reservation, 1909. Photographer unknown. Courtesy of Wisconsin Historical Society
  • “Stretching Rawhide to Make Snowshoe Webbing.” Photographer unknown. Courtesy of Archives of Michigan
  • “Chippewa Indian articles made as part of W.P.A. project on display, ca. 1938” Photographer unknown. Courtesy of Minnesota Historical Society (68236)
  • Lawson YMCA, residence of many Indians in Chicago. Photo courtesy of Flickr Creative Commons/Zol87
  • Leech Lake Tribal College. Photo by Tom Robertson, Minnesota Public Radio News.org
  • Mole Lake (Sokaogon Chippewa) Community gas station. Photo courtesy of Mary Wiltenburg
  • Mole Lake Casino. Photo courtesy of Mary Wiltenburg
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