Black and white landscape photograph made on the location of a former Native American village of the Ho-Chunk (Winnebago) tribe in southern Wisconsin. They lived in this beautiful place, near the river, from the 1700s until 1832, when the village was burned in an intra-tribal attack, associated with the Black Hawk war. The name “Burnt Village” was ascribed to the location by the U.S. Army, which camped here afterwards in pursuit of the warrior Black Hawk.
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Black and white landscape photograph made on the location of a former Native American village of the Ho-Chunk (Winnebago) tribe in southern Wisconsin. They lived in this beautiful place, near the river, from the 1700s until 1832, when the village was burned in an intra-tribal attack, associated with the Black Hawk war. The name “Burnt Village” was ascribed to the location by the U.S. Army, which camped here afterwards in pursuit of the warrior Black Hawk.

Archival Pigment Print on Baryta Surface Fine Art Paper:

  • Museum quality, heavy-weight, white fine art paper
  • Baryta coated with a surface similar to traditional darkroom prints
  • Acid-free and lignin-free
  • Very best archival quality, tonal contrast, and surface beauty
  • Includes white border for easier framing
  • Signed in the white space below the bottom right corner of the print
  • Comes to you carefully packaged, without frame or top mat
  • Ships in approximately 7-10 business days
  • Free shipping inside the US

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