Keskarrah a Copper Indian guide and his daughter Green Stockings mending a snow shoe

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    R13133-108-5-E, Volume number: 6
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    London, England
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    United Kingdom
    John Murray
    1 print : lithograph, col. ; 22.8 x 27.7 cm (plate mark).
    Support : 23.500 X 17.800 cm
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    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.
    Published by John Murray March 1823
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    Robert Hood inventory number: II-8e
    "Keskarrah, a Copper Indian [Yellowknife or T'atsaot'ine] guide, and his daughter Green Stockings, mending a snowshoe" (Caption Title, Canadian History Hall)
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    Colour transparency available
    Reproduction note:
    A reproduction of this print was made for Canadian History Hall, 2017.07.01
    Location of duplicates note:
    For other (uncoloured) copies of this print, see MIKAN no.'s 3959405 and 3959430.
    Exhibitions note:
    Exhibition Title: The Light that Fills the World. Curator: René Picard, Canadian Embassy Art Gallery, Washington, D.C.; 1989.09.19-1990.01.15
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    Credit: Library and Archives Canada, R13133-103 / C-005528
    Copyright: Expired

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