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  • Skenando: an Oneida Chief who remained friendly to the United States
    Image       Lithograph -- Hand-colored depicting Oneida Chief Skenando. "Skenando's person was tall, well made, and robust. His countenance was intelligent, and displayed all the peculiar dignity of an Indian chief. In his youth he was a brave and intrepid warrior, and in his riper years one of the noblest counsellors among ...
    Image     Lithograph -- Hand-colored depicting Oneida Chief Skenando. "Skenando's person was tall, well made, and robust. His countenance was intelligent, and displayed all the peculiar dignity of an Indian chief. In ...
  • Battle of the Thames. Respectful dedicated to Andrew Jackson Esq. President of the United States
    Image       Deposited Sept. 7. 1833, Rec(ieved) at the Dept. of State Sept. 12. 1833
    Image     Deposited Sept. 7. 1833, Rec(ieved) at the Dept. of State Sept. 12. 1833
  • Ahyouwaighs, Chief of the Six Nations 1838
    ImageObject       Ahyouwaighs, Chief of the Six Nations 1838
    ImageObject     Ahyouwaighs, Chief of the Six Nations 1838
  • Indian Warriors from Lake Erie
    Image       Printed by F. Moser 1819.Denis Dighton del et lithog. written in pencil, bottom right and left of the print.
    Image     Printed by F. Moser 1819.Denis Dighton del et lithog. written in pencil, bottom right and left of the print.
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