Photographs Courtesy of Ken Todd
According to the 1850 Census of Hocking County, Ohio, Thomas Harris is listed: Thomas Harris, age 32, race mulatto, occupation farmer; Sarah Harris age 32, race mulatto. Their children and ages: Rebecca 11, Edward 10, Thomas 8, Elmicy (Ellen) 7, Ezekiel 5, Lydia 4, and Amos 2. Also listed was Charles Lett, age 20, occupation farmhand. Thomas came to Michigan in 1869 and settled in Millbrook Township. Thomas Harris, Sr. died October 1, 1907, in Fairplains Township, Montcalm County. He lived with his daughter and son-in-law Abner and Lydia (Harris) Reed.
Rebecca married Granderson Norman. (SEE GRANDERSON NORMAN FAMILY). (SEE GEORGE AND MARY (STEPHENS) NORMAN). There is no known information on Edward Harris. Thomas, Jr. married Elizabeth Ann Harper. Elmich (Ellen), the second daughter of Thomas and Sarah Harris, married Thomas Squires. Lydia, the third daughter of Thomas and Sarah Harris, married Abner Reed. Amos, the fourth son of Thomas and Sarah Harris lived with his parents until their death. Before his death moved to South Dakota where he died. He was never married.
Chief Red Cloud of the Lakota Sioux
To photograph people is to violate them, by seeing them as they never see themselves, by having knowledge of them they can never have; it turns people into objects that can be symbolically possessed.
Ace Red Cloud also appeared in the Clyde Beatty Circus that started in 1935.
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