Nah-Shaw-A-Gaa or The White Dog's Son : Pottawatomie Chief / Taken at Green Bay treaty 1827 by J.O. Lewis.
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- Nah-Shaw-A-Gaa or The White Dog's Son : Pottawatomie Chief / Taken at Green Bay treaty 1827 by J.O. Lewis.
- [between 1835 and 1836]
- Portrait of Nah-Shaw-A-Gaa wearing a European-style shirt with a cloak pulled over his left shoulder, an otterskin turban decorated with black and red feathers and black and red face paint.
- Names and Subjects
- Indians of North America--Portraits.
- Indians of North America--Treaties.
- Indians of North America--Clothing.
- Potawatomi Indians--Portraits.
- Face painting--1820-1830.
- Tribal Chiefs--Wisconsin--Green Bay--1820-1830.
- Prints shelf.
- Lehman & Duval Lithrs.,--lithographer.
- The aboriginal port-folio: a collection of portraits of the most celebrated chiefs of the North American Indians.
- United States--Pennsylvania--Philadelphia.
- Physical Description
- 1 print : lithograph, hand-colored ; sheet 43.7 x 28 cm
- William L. Clements Library
- Date Added/Updated
- 2018-11-06 14:47:37
- William L. Clements Library Image Bank
- Image Size
- 7680 x 10582
- File Size
- 2 MB
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"Nah-Shaw-A-Gaa or The White Dog's Son : Pottawatomie Chief / Taken at Green Bay treaty 1827 by J.O. Lewis.". https://quod.lib.umich.edu/w/wcl1ic/x-6773/wcl006839. William L. Clements Library, University of Michigan Library Digital Collections. June 08, 2023.