Description de la Peche, Habillemens, Habitations, Maniere de Vivre, Superstitions, et Autres Usages des Indiens de la VirginieCartographer: ChatelainPlace & Date: Amsterdam / 1719Size: 17" x 14 3/4"Condition: b&w; overall age toning, light spotting and some staining along edges of margins
A magnificent sheet from Volume Six of Chatelain's Atlas Historique containing 14 extensively captioned scenes, all derived from de Bry, depicting Indian life in pre-colonial Virginia—fishing, dress, dwellings, daily life, superstitions, and other customs. A decorative "frame" surrounds each beautifully detailed image. Except for minor staining along edges of bottom margin, this is a pristine exemplar.
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