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A big thank you goes out to prior Lemhi County Coordinators, Trinity Boss and Alberta Wiederrick. Special thanks also to the Idaho State Coordinator, Mike St. Clair and Asst. State Coordinator, Mitch Ryder. If I've missed a contributor, please let me know.

Native Americans

"Lemhi. Chief. Tindoor", ca. 1897
Item from Record Group 75: Records of the Bureau of Indian Affairs, 1793 - 1989
 
Source: Still Picture Records LICON, Special Media Archives Services Division (NWCS-S), National Archives at College Park, 8601 Adelphi Road, College Park, MD 20740-6001 PHONE: 301-837-3530, FAX: 301-837-3621, EMAIL: stillpix@nara.gov
These photographs have been identified by Joanna Scherer as taken by Benedicte Wrensted, whose photographic studio was located in Pocatello, Idaho. Ms. Scherer is an Anthropologist who was working on the Smithsonian Institution's , Handbook of North American Indians Project. Wrensted learned photography from her aunt in Denmark in the 1880's and had a studio in Horsens, Denmark for about four years. Wrensted came to the United States from Denmark in 1894, moved to Pocatello, and purchased the studio of A.B. Hower in 1895. She continued to photograph members of the local community and Native Americans until 1912, when she moved to California.

 

 

   
 
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