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Plates in: Illustrations of the manners, customs, and condition of the North American Indians : in a series of letters and notes written during eight years of travel and adventure among the wildest and most remarkable tribes now existing. : with three hundred and sixty engravings, from the author's original paintings / by Geo. Catlin, Vol. 2, plate 112, no. 185 - no. 188. Two images of the Kickapoos, located at south end of Lake Michigan, Illinois. Image no. 185 shows Kee-an-ne-kuk (the foremost man), a chief of the Kickapoos, also called the Shawnee Prophet; image no. 186 shows Ah-ton-we-tuck (the cock turkey). Two images of the Wee-ahs, formerly living in Indiana, moved to vicinity of Fort Leavenworth. Image no. 187 shows Go-to-kow-pah-a (he who stands by himself); and, image no. 188 shows Wa-pon-je-a (the swan). 2010-6686GEN.
Pictorial works. Nonprojected graphic
4 prints (1 page) : lithograph, col. ; images 3 1/8 x 2 3/8 in. on page 9 5/8 in.
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