Keskarrah, a Copper Indian Guide and his Daughter Green Stockings.

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    R13133-112-7-E. Volume/box number: 6.
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    March 1823.
    Place of creation:
    United Kingdom
    John Murray,
    1 print : lithograph ; 22.5 x 27.6 cm (plate mark).
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    Scope and content:
    Image depicting the copper Indian guide Keskarrah, and his daughter Green Stockings. The man stands on the right, wrapped in a long fur cloak, while the daughter is seated, mending a snowshoe.
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    Publication: engraved by E. Finden from drawings by Lt. Hood, published by J. Murray in 'Narrative of a Journey to the... Polar Sea in... 1819, 20, 21 and 22' by John Franklin, London: 1823.
    Location of duplicates note:
    For other copies of this print, see MIKAN no.'s 3959405 and 2953414 (colour).
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    Copyright : expired
    Credit : Library and Archives Canada, R13133-107
    Copy II-8c

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