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Five crows or She-ca-yah Chief of Cayuse

Pencil sketch on paper. Portrait of a Native American man, head and shoulders view. His hair is worn long and loose with short bangs at the middle of his forehead. He is wearing a tam which appears to be wrapped with fur and has a fuzzy button at its center. His clothing is not detailed, but he appears to be wearing a collared shirt. By Gustav Sohon.


Creation Date: Jun. 11, 1855

Catalog ID: 1918.114.9.45

Object Types: sketch

Dimensions: Height 9 in . Width 7.125 in . Mat height 19.875 in . Mat width 15.875 in

Related Subjects: art Cayuse She-ca-yah Five Crows Treaty of 1855 tam-o-shanter portrait