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Indians of North America

Theodore De Bry


(Contributed by Professor Troy Johnson)


    The Widows Approach the Chief

How they Treat Their Sick

How They Till the Soul and Plant

Storing Their Crops in the Public Granary

Bringing in Wild Animals, Fish, and other Stores

Drying Meat, Fish, and other Food

Preparing for a Feast

A Council of State

A Fortified Village

A Fortified Village

Setting an Enemy's Town of Fire

How Sentinels are Punished for Sleeping at Their Posts

Offering the Skin of a Stag to the Sun


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