- Sauk Women and Children, c 1880
- Farm Family Working Together
- Chief Keokuk (1810?-1848)
- Iowans Mourning Lincoln, 1865
- Mesquakie Dwelling
- Grant Wood
- Racial Awareness
- Humans Cross the Bering Land Bridge
- Indian Tribes of Iowa
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I had no idea of how radical and dramatic discrimination was against blacks in our society. I really didn’t. I was raised in what I guess you might call total ignorance, or total innocence, one or the other or a combination of both. And you can blame or you can feel sorry for what, but there were an awful lot of Americans raised in that milieu in those days.
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