Outacite

Outacite

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Caption: Outacite, chief of the Cherokees. Outacite was a war title conferred for bravery. This is possibly the Outacite, who in 1762, went to England with Henry Timberlake, where he was visited by thousands of people, and had an audience with the king. Image taken from The London Magazine and Monthly Chronicler, or The Gentleman's and London Magazine. Originally published in Dublin, 1742-92. Illustrated by Reynolds.

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