Sharitarish (Wicked Chief), Pawnee by Charles Bird King

Sharitarish (Wicked Chief), Pawnee

(Sharitarish (Wicked Chief), Pawnee)


Charles Bird King

1822   ·  Öl auf Panel  ·  Picture ID: 3302

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Sharitarish (Wicked Chief), Pawnee by Charles Bird King
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Other art prints by Charles Bird King
Hayne Hudjihini (Eagle of Delight), Oto Chon-Mon-I-Case or LIetan, an Oto Half-chief, 1821, illustration from The Indian Tribes of North America, Vol.1, by Thomas L. McKenney and James Hall, pub. by John Grant Do-Hon-Go, an Osage Woman, illustration from The Indian Tribes of North America, Vol.1, by Thomas L. McKenney and James Hall, pub. by John Grant Hayne Hudjuhini or the Eagle of Delight, illustration from The Indian Tribes of North America, Vol.1, by Thomas L. McKenney and James Hall, pub. by John Grant Tshusik, a Chippeway Woman, 1827, illustration from The Indian Tribes of North America, Vol.1, by Thomas L. McKenney and James Hall, pub. by John Grant Se-quo-yah or George Guess, 1828, illustration from The Indian Tribes of North America, Vol.1, by Thomas L. McKenney and James Hall, pub. by John Grant Notchimine or No Heart, an Iowa Chief, 1837, illustration from The Indian Tribes of North America, Vol.2, by THomas L. McKenney and James Hall, pub. by John Grant Moa-Na-Hon-Ga or Great Walker, an Iowa Chief, 1824, illustration from The Indian Tribes of North America, Vol.1, by Thomas L. McKenney and James Hall, pub. by John Grant Wakechai or Crouching Eagle, a Sauk Chief, illustration from The Indian Tribes of North America, Vol.2, by Thomas L. McKenney and James Hall, pub. by John Grant Keesheswa or the Sun, a Fox Chief, c.1837, illustration from The Indian Tribes of North America, Vol.2, by Thomas L. McKenney and James Hall, pub. by John Grant Ma-Ka-Tai-Me-She-Kia-Kiah or Black Hawk, a Sauk Brave, 1837, illustration from The Indian Tribes of North America, Vol.2, by Thomas L. McKenney and James Hall, pub. by John Grant Halpatter-Micco or Billy Bowlegs, a Seminole Chief, c.1825, illustration from The Indian Tribes of North America, Vol.2, by Thomas L. McKenney and James Hall, pub. by John Grant Monchousia (White Plume), Kansa Wapella or the Prince Chief of the Foxes, 1837, illustration from The Indian Tribes of North America, Vol.2, by Thomas L. McKenney and James Hall, pub. by John Grant Petalesharro (Generous Chief), Pawnee
Other art prints by Charles Bird King
Hayne Hudjihini (Eagle of Delight), Oto Chon-Mon-I-Case or LIetan, an Oto Half-chief, 1821, illustration from The Indian Tribes of North America, Vol.1, by Thomas L. McKenney and James Hall, pub. by John Grant Do-Hon-Go, an Osage Woman, illustration from The Indian Tribes of North America, Vol.1, by Thomas L. McKenney and James Hall, pub. by John Grant Hayne Hudjuhini or the Eagle of Delight, illustration from The Indian Tribes of North America, Vol.1, by Thomas L. McKenney and James Hall, pub. by John Grant Tshusik, a Chippeway Woman, 1827, illustration from The Indian Tribes of North America, Vol.1, by Thomas L. McKenney and James Hall, pub. by John Grant Se-quo-yah or George Guess, 1828, illustration from The Indian Tribes of North America, Vol.1, by Thomas L. McKenney and James Hall, pub. by John Grant Notchimine or No Heart, an Iowa Chief, 1837, illustration from The Indian Tribes of North America, Vol.2, by THomas L. McKenney and James Hall, pub. by John Grant Moa-Na-Hon-Ga or Great Walker, an Iowa Chief, 1824, illustration from The Indian Tribes of North America, Vol.1, by Thomas L. McKenney and James Hall, pub. by John Grant Wakechai or Crouching Eagle, a Sauk Chief, illustration from The Indian Tribes of North America, Vol.2, by Thomas L. McKenney and James Hall, pub. by John Grant Keesheswa or the Sun, a Fox Chief, c.1837, illustration from The Indian Tribes of North America, Vol.2, by Thomas L. McKenney and James Hall, pub. by John Grant Ma-Ka-Tai-Me-She-Kia-Kiah or Black Hawk, a Sauk Brave, 1837, illustration from The Indian Tribes of North America, Vol.2, by Thomas L. McKenney and James Hall, pub. by John Grant Halpatter-Micco or Billy Bowlegs, a Seminole Chief, c.1825, illustration from The Indian Tribes of North America, Vol.2, by Thomas L. McKenney and James Hall, pub. by John Grant Monchousia (White Plume), Kansa Wapella or the Prince Chief of the Foxes, 1837, illustration from The Indian Tribes of North America, Vol.2, by Thomas L. McKenney and James Hall, pub. by John Grant Petalesharro (Generous Chief), Pawnee
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