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Bark house, Kickapoo Reservation

Bark house, Kickapoo Reservation
Creator: Parkman, Mary
Date: 1935
This photograph, taken in 1935 as part of the New Deal Federal Indian program, depicts a bark house on the Kickapoo Reservation in northeast Kansas. This was the home of Marie Pewamo, who is presumably the woman standing out front. This style of house had been used since the nineteenth century by both the Kickapoo and Pottawatomi tribes.


Kansa dwelling

Kansa dwelling
Date: Between 1890 and 1919
This photograph shows a Kansa Indian dwelling made from tree bark. Two people are standing just outside the entryway.


Pottawatomie Indian dwelling

Pottawatomie Indian dwelling
Date: Between 1890 and 1920
This is a photograph of a single Pottawatomie Indian bark house.


Pottawatomie Indian dwelling

Pottawatomie Indian dwelling
Date: 1920s or 1930s
View of a Pottawatomie Indian dwelling.


Pottawatomie bark house

Pottawatomie bark house
Date: Between 1890 and 1919
This is a photograph of a Pottawatomie bark house from around the turn of the twentieth century. Winter residences of the Pottawatomie tended to be dome-shaped and rounded.


Pottawatomie bark house dwelling

Pottawatomie bark house dwelling
Date: Between 1890 and 1920
View of two Pottawatomie Indians, Dumond Kwalski (?) and Joe Sullvan, posing in front of a bark house dwelling.


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