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Wyandot Woman
The Wyandot Indians, also called the Hurons, were the last tribe to leave Ohio in 1843 and had a special friendship with the Shawnee. Their main villages were located in Wyandot, Marion and Crawford Counties. This print represents a graciously posed but proud 18th century Wyandot woman in her gold braid trimmed match coat adorned with small silver brooches.
Wyandot Woman,
12" x 18", pastel on paper (18" x 24" matted and framed), original artwork.
Wyandot Woman,
8" x 10" (11" x 14" with matte),
hand-signed open edition,
$25, plus shipping and handling
 
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© 2010 Alan Fitzpatrick
Background image by Anne Foreman is taken from Wilderness War on the Ohio by Alan Fitzpatrick