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Native American village and gardens of Secotan, North Carolina, then in Virginia Colony, 1600s.
Hand-colored engraving
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Native American cookpot, Virginia Colony, 1585.
Hand-colored woodcut of aJohn White drawing
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Native American man and woman eating from a basket, Raleigh's Colony, 1585.
Hand-colored cut of White dwg
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The way the Indians fished, using spears and dugout canoes, Virginia Colony, 1500s. Hand-colored engraving of a John White drawing
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Native American way of cooking fish, Virginia Colony, 1585. Hand-colored woodcut of a John White drawing
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Pomelock, a Native American village enclosed with palisades, Virginia/Carolina Colony, 1585. Hand-colored woodcut of a John White drawing
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Ceremonial dance of the Carolina Indians, 1600s.
Hand-colored woodcut of a John White illustration
NATI2A-00105
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"The flyer": a Native American shaman, Raleigh's Colony, 1500s. Hand-colored woodcut of John White drawing
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Aged Native American in winter garment, Raleigh's Colony, 1585. Hand-colored woodcut of John White drawing
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Tomb of embalmed chiefs, their flesh and bones dried and preserved, North Carolina, 1500s. Hand-colored woodcut of John White drawing
NATI2A-00106
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One of the wives of Wyngyno a Native American chief, Raleigh's Colony, 1500s. Hand-colored woodcut of John White drawing
NATI2A-00107
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Medicine-man on the coast of North Carolina, 1500s.
Hand-colored woodcut of John White drawing
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Native Americans around a campfire on the Virginia coast, 1500s. Hand-colored woodcut from Hariot
NATI2A-00031
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Native Americans practice running, shooting arrows, and throwing ball, Florida, 1500s.
Hand-colored DeBry engraving
NATI2A-00160
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Southeastern Native American hunters disguised as deer, 1500s. Hand-colored DeBry engraving of Le Moyne painting
NATI2A-00043
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Florida Native Americans gathering crocodiles, fish, and wild animals, 1591.
Hand-colored DeBry engraving of LeMoyne
NATI2A-00150
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Native Americans attacking enemy village by shooting burning moss to set it afire, Florida, 1500s. Hand-colored woodcut from DeBry, after LeMoyne
NATI2A-00141
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Native Americans using fishbone hoe to plant maize and beans, Florida, 1500s. Hand-colored DeBry engraving of Le Moyne art
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Chief Saturioua ceremony for victory before battle with neighboring tribes, Florida, 1500s. Hand-colored woodcut of a 1591 DeBry engraving of a painting by Le Moyne
NATI2D-00047
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Native Timucuan shelter of palm fronds reconstructed at Ft Caroline site, St John's River, FL
NATI2A-00096
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Sioux leaders ceremonially facing the setting sun, 1800s.
Hand-colored engraving of Remington illustration
NATI2A-00122
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Plains Indians hunting buffalo by dressing as wolves. Hand-colored woodcut
NATI2A-00079
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Native American bow-hunting pronghorn antelope on the Great Plains. Hand-colored woodcut
NATI2A-00041
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Native American warrior counting coup, northern Great Plains.
Hand-colored engraving of a Remington illustration
NATI2A-00152
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Buffalo herd driven off a cliff by Native Americans on horseback. Hand-colored woodcut
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Plains Indians on horseback hunting buffalo, mid-1800s. Hand-colored woodcut
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NATI2A-00180
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Sioux warriors making medicine-ponies. Hand-colored woodcut of a Frederic Remington illustration
NATI2A-00159
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Group of Sioux babies in cradleboards amusing themselves. Hand-colored woodcut
NATI2A-00179
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Sioux brave heralding the sunrise. Hand-colored woodcut of a Frederic Remington illustration
USMA2A-00006
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Native Americans welcome Puritans with a gift of fish on the Charles River, Massachusetts, 1635. Hand-colored engraving
USMA4C-03115
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Native American greeting the "Mayflower" in 1620. 15 sec. animation of a hand-colored woodcut
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Treaty between Chief Massasoit and Plymouth colonists. 15 sec. animation of a hand-colored woodcut
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Chief Massasoit making a peace agreement with the colonists of Plymouth, 1621. 15 sec. animation of a hand-colored woodcut
USPA2A-00008
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William Penn's treaty with Native Americans in Pennsylvania, 1680s. Hand-colored woodcut
USMA2A-00028
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Chief Massasoit negotiating a peace agreement with the colonists of Plymouth, 1621. Hand-colored woodcut
USMA2A-00061
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Treaty between Chief Massasoit and Plymouth colonists. Hand-colored woodcut
EVNT2A-00215
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Dutch treaty with the Mohawks at Fort Amsterdam, 1640s. Hand-colored woodcut
USMA2A-00031
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Native American greeting the "Mayflower" in 1620. Hand-colored woodcut
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Samoset welcoming the Plymouth colonists. Hand-colored woodcut
USMA4C-00815
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Squanto welcomes the Pilgrims, Plymouth Colony. 15 sec. animation of a hand-colored woodcut
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"Welcome, Englishmen," Squanto greets the Pilgrims, Plymouth Colony. Hand-colored woodcut
PNAT2A-00028
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Massasoit visited by Governor Winslow, Plymouth Colony, 1620s. Hand-colored woodcut
PNAT2A-00027
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Samoset visiting Plymouth colonists, 1620s. Hand-colored woodcut
HSET2A-00147
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Native Americans bringing a deer to New England colonists, 1600s. Hand-colored woodcut
HOUS4C-00115
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Thanksgiving-Day feast among the Puritans of New England. 15 sec. animation of a hand-colored woodcut
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Thanksgiving-Day feast among the Puritans of New England. Hand-colored woodcut
PNAT4C-02815
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Massasoit visited by Governor Winslow, Plymouth Colony, 1620s. 15 sec. animation of a hand-colored woodcut
EXPL2A-00115
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Henry Hudson meeting with Native Americans along the Hudson River. Hand-colored woodcut
USNY2A-00002
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Dutch purchase of Manhattan Island by Peter Minuit. Hand-colored woodcut
BUSN2A-00043
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Dutch merchants trading with Native Americans on Manhattan Island, 1600s. Hand-colored woodcut
USNY2A-00004
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Native American longhouses on Manhattan Island in the 1500s. Hand-colored woodcut
EXPL2A-00209
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Hudson's ship "Half Moon" arriving at the Hudson River, 1609. Hand-colored halftone
USPA4C-00815
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William Penn's treaty with Native Americans in Pennsylvania. 15 sec. animation of a hand-colored woodcut
USPA2A-00009
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Native Americans concluding a treaty with William Penn. Hand-colored woodcut
USPA2A-00023
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William Penn's treaty with the Indians. Hand-colored engraving of Benjamin West's painting
EXPL2A-00206
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John Smith meeting Native Americans in Virginia Colony, early 1600s. Hand-colored woodcut
PNAT2A-00046
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Tomo-chichi, chief of the Yamacraws, and his son. Hand-colored woodcut
USGA2A-00006
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Oglethorpe meeting the Yamacraw Indians in colonial Georgia, 1700s. Hand-colored woodcut
USGA2A-00008
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James Oglethorpe and first English settlers landing in Georgia, 1733, greeted by Native Americans. Hand-colored woodcut
PNAT2A-00029
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Tomo-Chi-Chi, chief of the Yamacraw. Hand-colored woodcut
PNAT2D-00003
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Statue of Pocahontas at the original site of Jamestown, in Colonial National Historical Park, Virginia
PNAT2D-00001
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Statue of Pocahontas at the original site of Jamestown, in Colonial National Historical Park, Virginia. Photograph
PNAT2D-00005
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Statue of Pocahontas at the original site of Jamestown, in Colonial Historical Park, Virginia
PNAT2D-00006
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Statue of Pocahontas at the original site of Jamestown, in Colonial National Historical Park, Virginia
PNAT2D-00007
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Statue of Pocahontas at the original site of Jamestown, in Colonial National Historical Park, Virginia
PNAT2D-00002
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Statue of Pocahontas at the original site of Jamestown, in Colonial National Historical Park, Virginia
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Statue of Pocahontas at the original site of Jamestown, in Colonial National Historical Park, Virginia
PNAT2A-00012
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Pocahontas, Indian wife of John Rolfe, with their son. Hand-colored halftone
PNAT2A-00030
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Marriage of Pocahontas to John Rolfe, Virginia Colony. Hand-colored halftone of painting by Henry Breuckner
PNAT2A-00033
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Pocahontas' marriage to John Rolfe in Jamestown, Virginia. Hand-colored woodcut
BUSN2A-00026
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Native Americans bringing beaver pelts to white traders. Hand-colored woodcut
BUSN2A-00027
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Native Americans aboard ship to trade their furs to Europeans. Hand-colored woodcut
BUSN2A-00096
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Fur traders and Native Americans conversing in pantomime. Hand-colred woodcut
BUSN2A-00166
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French traders and Native Americans dancing at a rendezvous in the northern forests. Hand-colored woodcut
USMD2A-00007
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St Mary's, a trading post settlement in Maryland, 1600s. Hand-colored woodcut
BUSN2A-00005
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Trappers and woodsmen exchanging stories around a campfire. Hand-colored woodcut
PEXP2A-00026
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Sieur de Cadillac landing at Detroit, Lake Michigan, 1701. Hand-colored woodcut
BUSN2A-00101
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Fur-traders' canoes imperiled by rapids on the Red River of the North. Hand-colored woodcut
BUSN2A-00167
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Riverside camp of voyageurs, or French fur traders. Hand-colored woodcut
EXPL2A-00256
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French missionary and trader carrying a canoe at a portage, North America. Hand-colored woodcut
BUSN2A-00125
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Fur traders arriving at a Hudson Bay Company post in boats and wagons. Hand-colored woodcut
EXPL2A-00175
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Jesuit missionary preaching to Native Americans & fur traders in the wilderness. Hand-colored woodcut
USMA2A-00103
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Wampanoag leader Massasoit visiting colonists at Plymouth, 1620s. Hand-colored woodcut
EVNT2A-00180
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Mingo leader Logan negotiating alliance with British officer, 1770s. Hand-colored woodcut
EVNT2A-00233
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Visit of Pontiac and his Native American allies to British officer Major Gladwyn. Hand-colored woodcut
EVNT2A-00268
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British general Henry Bouquet's council with the Native Americans during Pontiac's War, 1763. Hand-colored woodcut
NATI2A-00098
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Onandaga and British soldiers around a council fire, 1700s. Hand-colored woodcut
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Miles Standish fighting Native American chiefs, Plymouth Colony, 1620s. Hand-colored engraving
EVNT2A-00108
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Native American raid on settlers in New England during King Philip's War. Hand-colored woodcut
EVNT2A-00201
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Colonial Virginians defending themselves against attack by Native Americans, 1600s. Hand-colored woodcut
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Grenville burning an Indian village, Roanoke Colony, 1585. Hand-colored woodcut
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Miles Standish carrying a Native American's head on a pole into Plymouth. Hand-colored woodcut
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Surveyors Lawson and De Graffenried captured by Tuscarora Native Americans in the Carolinas, 1711. Hand-colored woodcut
EVNT2A-00145
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Virginia colonists under attack by Native Americans, 1600s. Hand-colored woodcut
TRAN2A-00056
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Cheyenne Indians attacking a work party on the transcontinental railroad, 1867. Hand-colored woodcut
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PNAT2A-00031
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Chief Opecancanough in captivity, Virginia Colony. Hand-colored woodcut
PNAT2A-00022
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Chief Opecancanough arousing Native Americans against Virginia colonists, 1640s. Hand-colored woodcut
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Tecumseh defends the whites at Fort Meigs, Ohio, besieged by British in War of 1812. Hand-colored woodcut
PEXP2A-00085
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Daniel Boone rescues his daughter from Native American captors. Hand-colored woodcut
EXPL2A-00142
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Captain Smith taking the King of Pamaunkee prisoner, 1608, Jamestown. Hand-colored woodcut
EXPL2A-00134
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Pocahontas begs Powhatan to spare John Smith's life, Jamestown, Virginia Colony. Hand-colored woodcut
EVRV3A-00200
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Massacre of settlers at Wyoming Valley, PA, 1778, by the British and their Indian allies. Engraving
EVNT3A-00246
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Destruction of Pavonia during Governor Kieft's Indian Wars, New Netherlands. Hand-colored woodocut
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EVNT2A-00249
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Settlers massacred during French and Indian capture of Fort William Henry, Lake George, New York, 1757. Hand-colored woodcut
EVNT2A-00227
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Carolina colonists fleeing in canoes from an Indian attack. Hand-colored woodcut
EVNT2A-00218
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Virginia colonists' attack on the Doeg wigwam, 1675. Hand-colored woodcut
EVNT2A-00206
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Native Americans positioning themselves to attack a homestead. Hand-colored woodcut
EVNT2A-00166
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Native Americans attacking a colonial family on the frontier. Printed color lithograph
EVNT2A-00150
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Massacre of Mohawks by New Netherland Governor Kieft, 1640s. Hand-colored woodcut
EVNT2A-00146
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Colonists' conflict with Native Americans on the Georgia and Carolina frontier. Hand-colored woodcut
EVNT2A-00029
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Native Americans driving off settlers' cattle in South Carolina. Hand-colored engraving
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Colonists' attack on the Narragansett fort during King Philip's War, 1675. Hand-colored woodcut
EVNT2A-00147
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Colonists and Native Americans battling in Tiverton RI, King Philip's War. Hand-colored woodcut
EVNT2A-00107
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Colonists crossing a swamp over a log to attack a Narragansett village, King Philip's War. Hand-colored woodcut
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Mrs. Rowlandson and her child as Indian captives in King Philip's War, 1600s. Hand-colored woodcut
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Burning of a Massachusetts colonial town during an Indian attack. Hand-colored woodcut
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Native Americans' night attack, setting a log cabin on fire. Hand-colored woodcut
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Weetamoo swimming the Taunton River to escape the Tiverton massacre, King Philip's War, 1676. Engraving
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Declaration of war by a Pequot delivering an arrow to Massachusetts Bay colonists, 1636. Hand-colored woodcut
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Roger Williams at the council of Canonicus, sachem of the Narragansett tribe. Woodcut

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