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Hutchings' California scenes/The California Indians
Nahl, Charles Christian (1818-1878), German, artist Anthony & Baker (active 1850s), engraver Hutchings, J. M. (James Mason) (1820-1902), publisher Sun Print (active ca. 1850), printer
Date Created and/or Issued
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Bancroft Library
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UC Berkeley, Bancroft Library
Honeyman (Robert B., Jr.) - Collection of Early Californian and Western American Pictorial Material
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Includes eight views: Indian Fandango/dance; gathering acorns; gathering seeds; mode of traveling; burning their dead; catching grasshoppers; grinding acorns and cooking food. Most images show Indian women at work.
Printed title (UL and UR). Printed (LC and LR images): C. Nahl, del. Printed (all images): Anthony & Baker, sc.; (LC): Entered... 1854 by James M. Hutchings... California. Orders, pre paid, addressed Box H, Placerville, El Dorado Co[unty], Cal[ifornia]; (LR): Sun Print. Printed captions. Handwritten letter on recto and verso dated 1855.
Print on tinted paper: wood engraving 28.6 x 23.5 cm., image on sheet 28.6 x 47 cm.
BANC PIC 1963.002:0053--B
Indians of North America
Manners & customs
Rites & ceremonies

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