Horace Healy journal  1838
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Crosby's 24 pencil and ink drawings from his travels in the Upper Peninsula:

  • Page 16: "Our first camp at 'Conover's'"
  • Page 25: "Style of 'Buck Board' wagon in which we rode part of the way to mouth of the Sturgeon from Menominee"
  • Page 36: "The Professor" [Raphael Pumpelly]
  • Page 39: "The 'Menominee' going up the Menominee river. Oct. 7, 1872, 3 P.M. a
  • beautiful October afternoon." [Sam De Nannie, Hiram B. Crosby, and Charlie Normangobble are in the canoe, the Native Americans paddling]
  • Page 42: [Skeletal remains of two recently abandoned Native American structures]
  • Page 45: "River Scene, between the Twin Falls and the Great Vequenesec"
  • Page 46: [Bear droppings on rock]
  • Page 48: "Carrying canoes around lower 'Twin Falls'"
  • Page 52: "The home of 'Dutch Frank,' on the Menominee" [Frank Schutz]
  • Page 58: "Sketch of ore ledges at Sec. 31"
  • Page 67: "Our fleet passing the Rapids"
  • Page 69: "An Indian carrying one of our canoes around Great Vequenesek Falls
  • Page 70: "The first morning in camp -- Hon. R.W.H. [Richard William Hanbury]
  • Page 71: "The Pedestrian of our Party [Prof. Pumpelly]
  • Page 72: [Map of intersection of Sturgeon and Menominee Rivers]
  • Page 75: "Contest with the Big Indian with the long Kentucky rifle, Mouth of the Sturgeon"
  • Page 85: [$5 U.S. bank note]
  • Page 87: [Two men firing at a fungus thought to be a partridge in a tree, with dialogue]
  • Page 90: "White Rapids"
  • Page 95: [William Hanbury sketching "White Rapid squaws"]
  • Page 99: [Purket House hotel sign]
  • Page 109: "'Shoe' worn by Hon. Walter Williams on the March through woods of Lake Superior"
  • Page 112: "Head of Ship Canal, Lake Superior...Crosby Pt."
  • Page 113: "The little Pine planted and watered...Crosby Pt."