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http://www.burchardgalleries.com/auctions/2014/oct1914/01images/l1419.htm CLASSIC ''AMERICA'' INDIAN PRINCESS PRINT: Hand Colored Engraving by ''B. Maryno'', c 1790, 7 3/4'' x 5 3/4'', original frame, on early white laid paper. Features a classic oval portrait of a standing Indian Princess ''America'' holding an arrow in one hand and a large bow in the other. Clad in animal skins, and a red tinted, yellow fringed woven skirt, a head wrap bedecked with red, white, and yellow feathers. The dark skinned Indian princess looks demurely straight ahead; forest, palm and palm trees, a waterfall, mountains and a river are depicted in the background. ''America'' is inscribed at her feet and in the bottom margin. An important early engraving with a most impressive historic icon.
CONDITION: Lightly toned and aged but still sharp and clear.
Lot 1419. CLASSIC ''AMERICA'' INDIAN PRINCESS PRINT: Hand Colored Engraving by ''B. Maryno'', c 1790, 7 3/4'' x 5 3/4'', original frame, on early white laid paper. Features a classic oval portrait of a standing Indian Princess ''America'' holding an arrow in one hand and a large bow in the other ...
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[A Mapp of New Jarsey]Map of New Jersey with inset view of New York City. Cartographic elements include scales, compass rose, rhumb lines, location of sea banks or shoals, and soundings. Also includes native American settlements or fortifications, dwellings, canoes, animals such as stag or deer, beaver, fox, weasel, or otter, and turkey, royal coat of arms of England, ships, gallows, windmill, church, and prison. Decorative cartouche is flanked by native Americans, one wearing a feathered headdress and holding a sword, the other holding a bow and arrow.
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The Yamassee or Jamassi (also referred to as the Amogarickakan and the Amacarisse and/or the Amercario) were listed among the nineteen tribes “as being of dark complexion, found widely scattered among the inhabitants of North and South America”. More specifically, the Carolinas, some of which is now known as Georgia, Florida, Mississippi, and parts of Louisiana. 
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19th century portrait of Aztec couple. A Mexican tribe now practically extinct.
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One hundred years later, the Negro is still languishing in the corners of American society and finds himself an exile in his own land #martinlutherking  
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[Fig. 132. Burial practices of the natives of Venezuela.] [1819] The Yanomami of Venezuelan Amazonian forest burn their dead and crush the bones remaining in the funeral pyre into ash powder which they then drink to internalize their ancestors' power.Gottlieb Tobias Wilhelm (1758-1811) was a Bavarian clergyman and naturalist in Augsburg. This book, an encyclopedic overview representing scientific knowledge of the time, included mankind in its delineation of natural history.Image placed horizontally on page.
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