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Catalog Number 00860
Object Name Lithograph
Collection OHS Purchase
Year Range from 1836
Year Range to 1844
Tribe Chippewa
Artist Charles Bird King (from Lewis)
Description Full body portrait of man wearing feathered headdress with red, blue, and brown feathers and bison horns, dark brown robe, feathered breastplate, blue long-sleeved tunic, black leggings with red and white garters. Holding green pipestem with brown pipe like a cane.
"OKEE-MAAKEE-QUID
A Chippeway Chief
Philadelphia Published by E.C. Biddle
Entered according to act of Congress in the year 1836 by E.C. Biddle in the Clerks office of the District Courth of the Eastern District of Pa."
Dimensions W-14.75 L-18.25 inches
Material paper, ink, watercolor, crayon/pastel
Provenance original portrait painted by James Otto Lewis in 1826 at Fond du Lac
People McKenney, Thomas Loraine
King, Charles Bird
Lewis, James Otto
Okeemaakeequid
Hall, James
Search Terms Thomas McKenney
James Hall
Charles Bird King
James Otto Lewis
Okeemaakeequid
Chippewa
Native American
Native American Art
Native Americans
Native Culture
Lithographs
Lithography
Title Okee-Maakee-Quid A Chippeway Chief
Category Historical Art