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STAMP AGENT: TAR & FEATHER.
Tory stamp agents tarred and feathered and carried in a cart during an anti-Stamp Act demonstration in 1765: colored engraving from John Trumbull's M'Fingal, 1795.
COLUMBUS: ARREST, 1500.
The arrest of Christopher Columbus at Santo Domingo in 1500 by Francisco de Bobadillo. Engraving by Theodor de Bry, c1590.
COOK: FEATHER CAPE.
Feather cape brought back from Captain James Cook's exploration of Hawaii, 18th century.
SHOSHONE NATIVE AMERICAN.
Sego, a Shoshone Native American man. Photographed by Rose and Hopkins, c1899.
Shoshone Native American chief. Photographed c1885.
PERU: NAZCA PONCHO.
Cotton and feather-work poncho made by the Nazca civilization of ancient Peru, 1st to 8th century A.D.
Woman with curlers and a little boy on a truck, 06.15.1964.
German Empire : Hairstyle: hairstyle with locks and feathers hair design: Weight - Photographer: Tita Binz - Published by: 'Berliner Illustrirte Zeitung' 48/1935 Vintage property of ullstein bild.
Cannibals in the New World. Woodcut from 'Of the landes and of ye people founde by the messengers of the king of Portygale,' published at Antwerp, Belgium, in 1521.
NATIVE AMERICAN AND BUFFALO.
Native American method of cutting up the buffalo. Line engraving, 19th century.
A glass vase by Louis Comfort Tiffany. Photograph, c1955.
APACHE CEREMONY, c1905.
Group of Apache men wearing feathered headbands and body paint during a feast march ceremony. Photograph by Edward S. Curtis, c1905.
SIOUX NATIVE AMERICAN, c1900.
Joe Black Fox, a Sioux Native American from Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show. Photographed by Gertrude Käsebier, c1900.
SIOUX NATIVE AMERICAN, c1900.
Whirling Horse, a Sioux Native American man. Photographed by Gertrude Käsebier, c1900.
GUILLAUME THE CONQUERANT.
William the Conqueror (1027-1087) duke of Normandy and king of England, watercolor. Full credit: AGIP - Rue des Archives / Granger, NYC -- All rights re
POSTCARD: SIOUX CHIEF, c1905.
The Sioux chief Tall Man Dan, in full regalia. Postcard, c1905.
BUNYAN: PILGRIM'S PROGRESS, 1844. Christian Armed by Prudence, Discretion, Piety, and Charity. Engraving after a drawing by H.C. Selous, for an 1844 edition of John Bunyan's 'The Pilgrim's Progress,' first published in London in 1678.
WILLIAM KIDD (c1645-1701).
Also known as Captain Kidd. Scottish privateer and private. Captain Kidd buries the family bible. Wood engraving, early 19th century.
Portrait of an African American woman from Georgia. Photograph, c1899.
HOPI DANCERS, c1913.
Hopi dancers, wearing Hemis Kachina masks and sprigs of evergreen, lined up at a pueblo in Arizona during the Niman Kachina or 'going home' ceremony in the month of July. Photographed c1913.
COAT OF ARMS: OHIO COMPANY.
Coat of arms of the Ohio Company, formed in 1748 by London, England, businessmen and Virginia planters.
MAYAN SCRIBE, 300-650 A.D.
Mayan scribe kneeling to write. In his right hand is an awl or sharp instrument and in his left is a roll of parchment. Stone relief from Palenque ruins, Chiapas, Mexico, 300-650 A.D.
ROBERT ROGERS (1731-1795).
American frontier soldier. Rogers with a Native American chief. Line engraving, 18th century.
ANDREW JACKSON (1767-1845).
Seventh President of the United States. Jackson taking the surrender of Chief William Weatherford after the defeat of the Creek Indians at the Battle of Horseshoe Bend, Alabama, 27 March 1814. Steel engraving, American, 1843.
RED CLOUD (1822-1909).
Oglala Sioux chief. Photograph, late 19th or early 20th century.
HUNTERS' CAMP, 1890.
Two hunters camping in the woods. Engraving, American, 1890.
FRENCH REVOLUTION, 1792.
'Peasant's Revenge.' Cleric leading a peasant on a noble's back. French colored etching, 1792.
HENRY II (1519-1559).
King of France, 1547-1559. Oil from Chenonceau.
BOSTON TEA PARTY, 1773.
A member of the Sons of Liberty dumping tea into Boston harbor during the Boston Tea Party, 16 December 1773. Wood engraving, 19th century.
KARA MUSTAFA d. 1683.
Grand vizier of Turkey (1676-83). Contemporary engraving.
CATLIN: SIOUX CHIEF, 1835.
Wa-nah-de-tuncka, Big Eagle commonly called Black Dog, Eastern Sioux. Canvas, 1835, by George Catlin.
GEORGE GORDON BYRON
6th Baron Byron (1788-1824). 'Lobby Loungers (taken from the saloon of Drury Lane Theatre).' Byron and other men of fashion ogle pretty actresses and courtesans who stand in a group. Byron is at left in a double-breasted coat. Caricature, early 19th century.
SITTING BULL (c1831-1890).
Sioux Native American leader. Photographed by David F. Barry, 1885.
LOUIS XIV (1638-1715).
King of France, 1643-1715. Louis XIV (seated) and his heirs. The Duc d'Anjou, the future King Louis XV, is shown at left with his governess, Madame de Ventadour. Oil on canvas, French school, c1715-20.
Michele Cilea, Portrait of Ladies. Full Credit: DEA / A. DAGLI ORTI / Granger, NYC -- All rights rese
LITERATURE & THE ARTS.
The actor Henri-Louis Cain, known as Lekain (1729-1788), in the role of Genghis Khan, by Simon Bernard Lenoir (1729-1791), oil on canvas. Full credit: De Agostini / G. Dagli Orti / Granger, NYC -- All rights reserve
SLIDE TRUMPET, 1723.
The slide trumpet, used by Johann Sebastian Bach under the name 'tromba da tirarsi.' Copper engraving, 1723, by Arnold van Westerhout.
FRENCH CLASS CARTOON.
'The noble is the spider and the peasant the fly' from Jacques Lagniet's 'Recueil de Proverbes.' Copper engraving, 1657-1663.
HENRY IV (1553-1610).
King of France, 1589-1610. Painting, c1595, by Frans Pourbus the Younger.
CLEMENT VII & FRANCIS I.
Pope Clement VII (1523-1534) and Francis I, King of France (1515-1547). Painting by Giorgio Vasari (1511-1574).
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