Desseins de Sauvages de Plusieurs Nations, 1735
An illustration by Alexander de Batz depicts eight Indigenous people and one boy of African descent. One of the individuals is an Ishak person wearing a feather headdress, sporting facial tattoos, and carrying a calumet, a ceremonial pipe.
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