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Library and Archives Canada, Acc. No. 1981-55-41 Bushnell Collection | Licence: Copyright Expired
Library and Archives Canada, Acc. No. 1981-55-41 Bushnell Collection | Licence: Copyright Expired

Two Ottawa Chiefs Who with Others Lately Came Down from Michillimackinac Lake Huron to Have a Talk with Their Great Father The King or His Representative,.

ca. 1813-1820

Joshua Jebb

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Title

Two Ottawa Chiefs Who with Others Lately Came Down from Michillimackinac Lake Huron to Have a Talk with Their Great Father The King or His Representative,.

Date

ca. 1813-1820

Artist

Description

A watercolour showing a group of Indian chiefs who may be depicted at Bois Blanc Island near Amherstburg, Ontario
This work was at first attributed to Joshua Jebb, as it bears his stamp, however it is by an unknown artist.
There is a colour transparency of both the recto (C-114384) and of the inscription on the verso (C-114375)
Jebb was stationed at Fort Wellington from 1813 and left Canada in 1820.

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Location

Straits of Machinac, Canada

Country

Continent

Location Accuracy

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Credits

Image Credit

Library and Archives Canada, Acc. No. 1981-55-41 Bushnell Collection

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