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The Missionary



The Missionary
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Title: The Missionary
Description: Photographic print of an engraved image showing a robed missionary standing in a birch bark canoe paddled by four Native Americans and another man who appears to be a fur trader.

Image ID: 95722
Creation
Date:
1892 
Creator
Name:
Remington, Frederic
Collection
Name:
Indian Classified File
Genre: Print
Additional
Information:
A reproduction of the same image as a painting appears in Picturesque Wisconsin for July 1899, p.92 as Marquette on his voyage of discovery by H.F. Higby. The original is intended as a generalization and does not represent any individual in the documentary sense. Image appears in Harper's Monthly, April 1892, p.92.
Subjects: Clothing
Missionaries
Painting
Hats
Canoes and canoeing
Men
Clothing and dress
Water
Dwellings
Engraving
 

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