File:Kickapoo 1830s.jpg

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Summary

Kickapoo in the 1830s; Kee-an-ne-kuk (the foremost man), Chief of the tribe, in the attitude of prayer, as he desired me to paint him, Ah-ton-we-tuck (the Cock Turkey) an aged man, who desired to be painted saying his prayer; Ah-to-wat-o-nie, wife of the Prophet, also in the attitude of reading her prayer on the maple stick. –

Source : Rare Book Division, The New York Public Library

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current17:00, 15 October 2023Thumbnail for version as of 17:00, 15 October 2023700 × 526 (49 KB)RCouture (talk | contribs)Kickapoo in the 1830s; Kee-an-ne-kuk (the foremost man), Chief of the tribe, in the attitude of prayer, as he desired me to paint him, Ah-ton-we-tuck (the Cock Turkey) an aged man, who desired to be painted saying his prayer; Ah-to-wat-o-nie, wife of the Prophet, also in the attitude of reading her prayer on the maple stick. – Source : [https://digitalcollections.nypl.org/items/510d47da-da81-a3d9-e040-e00a18064a99 Rare Book Division, The New York Public Library]

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