Known War of 1812 Veterans Buried in Minnesota;German-Bohemian Immigrant Monument
Creation Date
1931 – 1955
circa 1992


43.180 cm. H Item (Overall)

"This seventeen in high doll represents a Plains Indian. He wears white buckskin trousers and moccasins, as well as white buckskin jacket fringes down the sides if the jacket and sleeves, around the cuffs and on the chest and back. Beading is used on the moccasins, down the sides of the trousers, and on the front chest and upper back. He has on a black, blue, green, and maroon breech-clout. His black hair, worn in a braid on each side of his face, is bound with red wool . (see 66.1.290 for other information)"
Known War of 1812 Veterans Buried in Minnesota compiled by Arthur Louis Finnell, Society War of 1812 in the State of Minnesota. Edition 2013 Contains names and information for War of 1812 veterans buried in Minnesota. Booklet is restricted for public use as reference material only.

German-Bohemian Immigrant Monument / by the German-Bohemian Heritage Society

Related People and Organizations
Helbing, Cleora

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