Sioux City, Iowa, Indian Woman Portrait by J. H. Hamilton

In the mid-1990s, some cousins found this photo in a deceased relative’s belongings. We had never seen it before. It was with other photos, but none of them were of a Native American.

We have a Native American tradition in our family, and DNA has shown trace amounts now that some of us have been tested.

If you have information that could help regarding this photo, the photographer, or anything else, I’d love to see your input in the comments.

Used with permission of my cousin who owns the original.

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7 Responses to Sioux City, Iowa, Indian Woman Portrait by J. H. Hamilton

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    This is a repost.

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  3. carol cone sanders says:

    Could this be Charlotte Cornish Coon. Jared Coon’s wife family says she is Indian. And they were in Iowa at one point.

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  4. Jackie Jennings says:

    Jared born around 1809 they are in Iowa around 1856.

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