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Jamestown Indian Massacre 1622
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Jamestown Indian Massacre 1622 Matthaeus Merian and Theodore DeBry's wood cut dated 1631 is a representation of the Jamestown Massacre of 1618. The Indians of what is now Virginia took revenge on the English settlers of Jamestown when ome of their tribe failed to return from a visit. Three hundred and forty-seven men, women and children died at their hands in March, 1622. This was first published in 1627 with German text. The paper and ink of this print is from 1631 and was published in Frankfort. With mat it measures 13 x 17 inches and dthe image is 7 x 11 1/2 inches.
Price: $750.00
SKU: naD1631





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