Campau Centennial Celebration.
Campau Centennial Celebration.

Campau Centennial Celebration.

Photograph

Description
Indian village in pageant as it might have appeared when Louis Campau settled in Grand Rapids 100 years ago. Three teepees (tipis) spread out in an open field, with people dressed in Indian costume sitting and standing around. There is a central campfire area with a tripod cooking apparatus. A small squared-log building with a bell on top stands behind the field.
Dates:
1926 (Created)
File Identifier:
43-1-3.141
Source:
Morris photograph collection (Coll. 043) - Grand Rapids History Center
Rights:
Public domain

Part of digital collection:
Morris photograph collection
Related place
Grand Rapids (is depicted by)
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