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1. Francis Godfroy, war-chief Francis Godfroy, war-chief Godfroy, Francis, 1788-1840; Indians of North America--Indiana; Tribal chiefs; Portraits; Watercolors; Clippings; Watercolor by George Winter. Francis Godfroy War-chief (written in diluted ink, block capitals, lower center; lower edge is 6.0 cm. below lower edge of composition). Inscribed, lower right: "No. 4. George...

2. Ash-kum Ash-kum Ash-kum, Potawatomi chief; Indians of North America--Indiana; Tribal chiefs; Portraits; Watercolors; Watercolor by George Winter.

3. Francis Godfroy, war-chief Francis Godfroy, war-chief Godfroy, Francis, 1788-1840; Indians of North America--Indiana; Tribal chiefs; Portraits; Watercolors; Watercolor by George Winter. Francis Godfroy. War-chief (written in diluted ink, block capitals, lower center; lower edge is 8.6 cm. below lower edge of composition). Inscribed, lower right: "No. 3. George...

4. Tomb of an Indian chief Tomb of an Indian chief Tribal chiefs; Tombs & sepulchral monuments; Death "The tomb of an Indian chief unrevised" [title from verso of last page] AMs, 3 p. (2 sheets) The decaying tomb of the chief evokes grave thoughts of mortality. The location in the forest, with a white...

5. Sun-go-waw Sun-go-waw Indians of North America--Indiana; Emigration & immigration; Tribal chiefs;Christianity "Sun-go-waw." AMs, handwritten, 4 p. Sun-go-waw, although not mentioned in the treaties made between Pepper and the Potawatamis, was nonetheless an important man, and was one of the leaders made prisoner...

6. Burial of war chief Tob-bass Burial of war chief Tob-bass Indians of North America; Tribal chiefs; Funeral rites & ceremonies; "The Burial of War Chief Tob-bass, 1830 Obtained from Humphrey Cass. Upper Prophet's Town." (title from verso of first page) AMs, 4 p. (2 sheets, one folded; written on back of preprinted insurance forms)...

7. Y-auk-see, Pottawattamie chief Y-auk-see, Pottawattamie chief Indians of North America; Tribal chiefs; Potawatomi Indians; "Y-auk-see. Pottawattamie Chief" (title from verso of last page) AMs, 7 p. (written on back of preprinted insurance forms)

8. Today was presented with a likeness Today was presented with a likeness Miami Indians; Tribal chiefs;Godfroy, Francis, 1788-1840;Mississinewa, Battle of (Ind. : 1812) [untitled notes, dated April 26, 1873, begins "Today was presented with a likeness..."] AMs, 3 p. (on back of printed circular for distribution of George Winter's painting December 28, 1872)

9. Me-Shine-go-me-she-a, last chief of the Miamis Me-Shine-go-me-she-a, last chief of the Miamis Lafontaine, Francis, 1810-1847; Miami Indians; Tribal chiefs; Tintypes; Tintype in paper frame, titled "La Fontain Last Chief of the Miamis Me-shine-go-me-she-a" (written in pencil, probably in C.G. Ball's handwriting); 1 item; Additional notes give death date and indicate...

10. Wewissa Wewissa Wewissa; Indians of North America--Indiana; Potawatomi Indians; Tribal chiefs; Portraits; Watercolors; Watercolor by George Winter. Wewissa (written in pencil, lower center). Inscribed, upper right: "#48" (in red ink). Pencil lines on front and verso indicate outlines for compositional areas and match up...

11. Kaw-Kawk-Kay Kaw-Kawk-Kay Kaw-Kawk-Kay, Potawatomi chief; Indians of North America--Indiana; Potawatomi Indians; Tribal chiefs; Portraits; Watercolors; Watercolor by George Winter. Kaw-Kawk-Kay (written in ink, lower right). Inscribed, lower right: "Known in Treaty of Augst. 5 1836"; upper right: "#50" (in red ink). See G-357 for sketch. Circa 1837.

12. Pot-ta-wat ta-mie chief Pot-ta-wat ta-mie chief Iowa, Potawatomi chief; Indians of North America--Indiana; Potawatomi Indians; Tribal chiefs; Portraits; Watercolors; Watercolor by George Winter. Pot-ta-wat ta-mie Chief (written in faded reddish-purple watercolor, block capitals, upper center; upper edge is 3.0 cm. above upper edge of composition). I-o-wah (written...
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