Color lithograph of CAA-TOU-SEE. AN OJIBWAY from Thomas McKenney and James Hall’s book "History of the Indian Tribes of North America" by lithographer John T. Bowen, after a portrait by Henry Inman and Charles Bird King.
Inscription on the page reads as follows:
CAA-TOU-SEE. AN OJIBWAY
Published by F. W. Greenough, Philad. Drawn, Printed & Coloured at J.T. Bowen's Lithographic Establishment N°94 Walnut St.
Entered according to Act of Congress in the year 1838 by F. Greenough in the Clerk's Office of the District Court of the Eastern District of Penna.
The Ojibwe (or "Chippewa") people are a native people of North America. Their traditional dress is made out of deer skin and feather headdresses are worn for ceremonial occasions.
It comes nicely matted and framed, ready to display. In very good used condition as shown. Un-examined outside of frame, photographed through glass which explains any reflections. Shipped fully insured with tracking number. One of a pair listed separately.
Measurements: Frame: 24 5/8" by 19"; Mat Opening: 16 3/8" by 11 1/4" approximately.
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