DescriptionMINNESOTA SIOUX UPRISING OF 1862, LOT OF THREE CARTE-DE-VISITE PHOTOS BY JOEL E. WHITNEY, ST. PAUL, MINNESOTA
Subjects include: Qui-Wi-Sain-Shish (Bad Boy), Chief of Gull Lake Chippewas, Who to escape the vengeance of the Indians when they discovered his friendship for the whites in the outbreak of 1862, was obliged to seek protection in Fort Ripley; Paha-Uza-Tanka, The great Scalp taker (Sioux). The number of Feathers (16) in the head dress denotes the number of Scalps taken; andTe-Na-Se-Pa (A Sioux Dandy). Each on Whitney's St. Paul, Minnesota mount. Qui-Wi-Sain-Shish - very good condition. Paha-Uza-Tanka - excellent condition. Te-Na-Se-Pa - light soil, upper corners clipped, bottom edge trimmed, rich tones.
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