Lincoln and Native American chiefs, 1863

Lincoln and Native American chiefs, 1863

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Caption: US President Abraham Lincoln receiving Native American chiefs representing six tribes from the Southern Plains (the Cheyennes, Kiowas, Arapahoes, Comanches, Caddos, and Apaches) in Washington DC, in March 1863. Image taken from page 292 of 'America as it is. Anecdotal journey by Marcel Bonneau in the North and South of the United States Tour in Canada' by Jean Pierre Oscar Comettant. Engravings by Ed. Willmann, 1866.

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