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At a meeting of the Indian Chiefs in Washington
DC, where the tribal chiefs received medals of Peace from President
Andrew Jackson, paintings were commsioned and a book was created of
these paintings. All the paitings were destroyed by fire, as were
many of the tribes, but the book remained.
- Publishers: McKenney & Hall
- Year: 1842
- Themes: Native American, Cowboys & Indians
- Vertical Portrait Orientation
- Art Type: Fine art print, canvas, framed wall art, giclee print
- Country of Origin: USA
- ISBN: 0-587-05169-8
- All canvases ship ready to hang on 3/4 in. wood stretchers (2
in. for Heavy Duty), with the exception of unstretched canvas
- Art Layout
- Art Types/Media
- Fine Art Prints • Giclee Canvas Art • Ready to Hang Prints
- McKenney & Hall
- Canvas • Paper • Wood
- Americana • Cowboys & Indians • Native American
- Manufacturer SKU
- 05169-8_20x30 - Paper
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