Various Dresses Of The Indians Of North America, With Their Weapons Of War, &c.
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An attractive and interesting plate, published in George Millar's "New and Universal System of Geography" - a Georgian compendium of reports and accounts from all round the world. This illustration is made up of seven parts: 1 & 2: A Man & Woman of the Chipeways, easterly of the Mississippi. 3 & 4: A Man & Woman of the Naudowessies, west of the Mississippi. 5: A War Club called the Casse Tete, or antient Tomahawk used by these Indians. 6: The Pipe of Peace. 7: A Naudowessie Dagger
region: Maps of North America
place and date of publication: London 1782
medium and colour: Copperplate, Uncolouredref: 40690
size in mm: 220 by 310mm (8.75 by 12.25 inches).
Price: £ 150
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