Europeans trading in Newfoundland, 1612

Europeans trading in Newfoundland, 1612

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Caption: Europeans trading in Newfoundland. 17th-century artwork of English merchant adventurer and colonist John Guy (died 1629) trading with Native Americans in Newfoundland in 1612. The indigenous peoples are called the Beothuk. Guy holds a knife, arrow, necklace and feather. One of the Native Americans holds a hat he has just received. In the background are European galleons and Native American canoes. Artwork from part XIII of Theodor de Bry's 'America' (Frankfurt, 1634).

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