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FLO4688552
Title
The Black Hawk, Muck-a-tah-mish-o-kah-kaik, chief of the Sauk or Sac nation. He was dressed in a plain suit of buckskin, with a string of wampum in his ears and on his neck, and held in his hand his medicine-bag, which was the skin of a black hawk, and the tail of which made him a fan.” Handcoloured lithograph by J. Harris after a painting by G. Catlin from James Cowles Prichard's Natural History of Man, Balliere, London, 1855.
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Description
The Black Hawk, Muck-a-tah-mish-o-kah-kaik, chief of the Sauk or Sac nation. He was dressed in a plain suit of buckskin, with a string of wampum in his ears and on his neck, and held in his hand his medicine-bag, which was the skin of a black hawk, and the tail of which made him a fan.” Handcoloured lithograph by J. Harris after a painting by G. Catlin from James Cowles Prichard's Natural History of Man, Balliere, London, 1855.
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© Florilegius / Bridgeman Images
Keywords
civilization / fox / anthropology / tradition / american / american / Florilegius / american indian / north america / 19 / american / population / fighter / costume / traditional / bull / engraving / human / painting / face / native / traditional
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