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Charles Bird King, Okee-Makee-Quid, a Chippewa chief.

Okee-Makee-Quid, a Chippewa chief., 1837

Charles Bird King (1785 - 1862)

RA Collection: Art

Okee-Makee-Quid, a Chippewa chief.
Original attributed to
Charles Bird King (1785 - 1862)
Lithographed by
Published by
J. M. Campbell (fl. ca. 1837?)
McKenney & Hall's History of the Indian tribes of North America, London 1837 (vol.I, pl. facing p.[125])
Object type
Place of Publication
Coloured lithograph

525 mm x 370 mm

Royal Academy of Arts
Object number
This image is from a book

History Of The Indian Tribes Of North America, With Biographical Sketches And Anecdotes Of The Principal Chiefs. Embellished With One Hundred And Twenty Portraits, From The Indian Gallery In The Department Of War, At Washington. - By Thomas L. M'Kenney, Late Of The Indian Department, Washington, And James Hall, Esq. Of Cincinnati. - Vol. I. - London:: 1837.

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