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TCHA ID Number2-34(11)
TCHA Alternative ID Number1-54(9)
Purdue ID NumberGWb2f34i11
TitleMendicant Indians
Description"Mendicant Indians." (title from verso of second page) AMs, 2 p. (on paper with embossed seal reading "Croton") Distinctions in rank and wealth exist among the Indians as they do in "civilized" societies. Some have good housing, horses, and clothing, while others have ragged clothes and no horse or rifle. Some fall into poverty through sickness or poor fortune in hunting and trapping. However, in traditional Indian culture, the poor are always aided by the richer and so do not go hungry. Indians also are used to hardship and have simple wants, and so retain their pride even when poor. The accompanying group portrait depicts such individuals.
SubjectsIndians of North America--Indiana
Indians of North America--Health & welfare
Economic & social conditions
RepositoryTippecanoe County Historical Association
RightsImages in the George Winter Collection should not be used without written permission from the Tippecanoe County Historical Association. To obtain reproduction rights and prices, contact the Tippecanoe County Historical Association, http://www.tcha.mus.in.us
Extent of Original2 p. ; 31 cm.
Languageeng
CollectionGeorge Winter Collection
Date Digitized7/20/2006
Typetext
FormatJP2
Capture DeviceEpson Expression 10000XL Photo Scanner
Capture DetailsSilverfast 6.4.1 r8c by Lazersoft
Resolution300 ppi
Color Depth24 bit
Color ManagementMonaco EZcolor using an IT8 target
URI ark:/34231/c6sb43ps