Oglethorpe and the Georgia Indians: A Change of Heart

Image Catalog - Page 4 

"The Chief of the Coosa Indians"

From Benson J. Lossing, LL.D., Our Country. A Household History For All Readers From the Discovery of America to the Present Time, Vol. One (New York: Henry J. Johnson, 1879) pg 96

Wood engraving

Image size: 11cm x 7cm

John Duncan Collection

The Chief of the Coosa Indians.JPG (6709 bytes)

"A Pre-Historic Mammoth Hunt"

From William Cullen Bryant and Sydney Howard Gay, A Popular History of the United States, Vol. I ( New York: Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1883)

Wood engraving

Image size: 12cm x 18cm

John Duncan Collection

A Pre-Historic Mammoth Hunt.JPG (16963 bytes)

Plate 12 "Choctaws"/ Plate 13 "Shawnees"

From Lieut. A.W. Whipple, Thomas Ewbank, Esq., and Prof. Wm. W. Turner, Report Upon the Indian Tribes (Washington, D.C. 1855) pg 25.

Wood engravings

Image size: Plate 12: 12cm x 15cm

Plate 13: 9cm x 15cm

John Duncan Collection

Choctaws and Shawnees.JPG (5702 bytes)

"Indian Mounds, Early County"

From Rev. George White, M.A., Historical Collections of Georgia: Containing the Interesting Facts, Traditions, Biographical Sketches, Anecdotes, Etc. (New York: Pudney & Russell Publishers, 1854)

Wood engraving

Image size: 9cm x 13 cm

John Duncan Collection.

Indian Mounds, Early County.JPG (12357 bytes)

"Kensington Palace"

[Tomochichi’s visit to England]

Source unknown

Wood engraving (Circa 1885)

Image size: 7cm x 8cm

John Duncan Collection

Kensington Palace.JPG (12663 bytes)

"Lambeth Palace"

From: Charles Knight, ed. , Old England: A Pictorial Museum, Vol. I (London: James Sangster and Co., c. 1880)

Wood engraving

Image size: 8cm x 10cm

John Duncan Collection

Lambeth Palace.JPG (14021 bytes)

"Talequah, Capital of the Cherokee Nation, 1890"

From: Department of the Interior, Report on Indians Taxed and Indians Not Taxed in the United States, Eleventh Census: 1890 ( Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office, 1894)

Medium undetermined

Image size: 13cm x 23cm

John Duncan Collection

Talequah, Capital of the Cherokee Nation 1890.JPG (15781 bytes)

"Eastern Band of North Carolina Cherokees, Principal Chief, Nimrod J. Smith, "Cha-la-di-leih," " Charles the Killer."

From: Department of the Interior, Report on Indians Taxed and Indians Not Taxed in the United States, Eleventh Census: 1890 ( Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office, 1894)

Medium undetermined

Image size: 23cm x 14cm

John Duncan Collection

Nimrod J. Smith, Principal Chief of Eastern Band , North Carolina Cherokees.JPG (6355 bytes)

" Eastern Band of Cherokee Councilmen of 1891: Rear Group: Rev. John Jackson, Graham County, N.C.; Morgan Calhoun, Big Cove. Front Group: Wm. Ta-la-lah, Birdtown; Wesley Crow, Wolftown"

From: Department of the Interior, Report on Indians Taxed and Indians Not Taxed in the United States, Eleventh Census: 1890 ( Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office, 1894)

Medium undetermined

Image size: 23cm x 14cm

John Duncan Collection

Cherokee Councilmen  1891 Rev. John Jackson, Morgan Calhoun,  Wm. Ta-la-lah, Wesley Crow.JPG (7673 bytes)

"Cherokee Training School, ‘Home,’Swain County, N.C."

From: Department of the Interior, Report on Indians Taxed and Indians Not Taxed in the United States, Eleventh Census: 1890 ( Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office, 1894)

Medium undetermined

Image size: 13cm x 23cm

John Duncan Collection

Cherokee Training School Swain County, N.C..JPG (19078 bytes)

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