[NATIVE AMERICAN] Group of approximately twenty-two hand-colored lithographs extracted from McKenney & Hall.
Philadelphia: Biddle/Greenough, late 1830s/early 1840s. Lithographs with hand-coloring by Bowen and others. Each approximately 20 x 13 3/4 inches (51 x 35.5 cm). Most shrinkwrapped and on boards, a very few loose. The loose prints with edgewear, a few visible repairs, some showthrough of text, other foxing or creases but generally clean and presentable prints, may contain duplicates, not all examined out of wrapping.
Includes Ma-Ka-Tai-Me-She-Kia-Kiah, or Black Hawk, a Saukie Brave; Tah-Ro-Hon An Ioway Warrior; Young Ma-Has-Kah Chief of the Ioways; A Winnebago; No-Way-Ke-Sug-Ga, Otoe; Okee-Maakee-Quid A Chippeway Chief; Wa-Na-Ta Grand Chief of the Sioux; and others.
C Estate of Donald Brenwasser
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