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The 1832 Landscape

Explore the historic landscape which was the homeland of the Ho-Chunk Nation. Present-day footage features several locations related to the 1832 story of our Fort Winnebago Indian Agency. This series dovetails with "A Landscape of Families": an outdoor exhibition created on our grounds in conjunction with the Ho-Chunk Department of Heritage Preservation. An accompanying website provides in-depth historical and cultural enhancements related to the physical exhibit. 

"On Location" video segments will be posted once per month from January through May, 2022. Click the photo to the left of each post to access the relevant video segment.

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On Location: Introduction

Coming in January, 2022.

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On Location: Fox River Region in 1832

Coming in February, 2022.

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On Location: Rock River Region in 1832

Coming in March, 2022.

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On Location: Wisconsin River Region in 1832

Coming in April, 2022.

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On Location: Conclusion (Converging at the Portage in 1832)

Coming in May, 2022.

On Location 2022