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Source:   Souvenir of the N. American Indians, as they were in the nineteenth century. ... / Geo. Catlin.


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Sioux & Choctaw. Ball players, in Ball play costume. 240. Tullock-chish-ko (he who drinks the juice of the stones), a Choctaw Ball player, the most famous of his tribe, ... This tribe play with two rackets, one in each hand, and wear a tail made of white horse hair, as seen in the drawing; 241. We-chush-ta-doo-ta (the Red Man) one of the most celebrated players in the Sioux tribe. This tribe play with one racket, carried in both hands, and wear a tail made of Eagles feathers, or of long grass; 242. Ah-no-je-nahge (he who stands of both sides) said to be the most distinguished player of his tribe, ...

Image ID: 466117

Sioux & Choctaw. Ball players, in Ball play costume. 240. Tullock-chish-ko (he who drinks the juice of the stones), a Ch... (1850)


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:  Sioux & Choctaw. Ball players, in Ball play costume. 240. Tullock-chish-ko (he who drinks the juice of the stones), a Choctaw Ball player, the most famous of his tribe, ... This tribe play with two rackets, one in each hand, and wear a tail made of white horse hair, as seen in the drawing; 241. We-chush-ta-doo-ta (the Red Man) one of the most celebrated players in the Sioux tribe. This tribe play with one racket, carried in both hands, and wear a tail made of Eagles feathers, or of long grass; 242. Ah-no-je-nahge (he who stands of both sides) said to be the most distinguished player of his tribe, ...

Creator

: Catlin, George, 1796-1872 -- Artist

Published Date

: 1850

Medium

: Pencil works

Specific Material Type

: Drawings

Item/Page/Plate

: Pl. 79

Source

: Souvenir of the N. American Indians, as they were in the nineteenth century. ... / Geo. Catlin.

Source Description

: 3 v. fol.

Location

: Stephen A. Schwarzman Building / Rare Books Division

Catalog Call Number

: *KW+++ (Catlin, G. Souvenir of the N. American Indians)

Digital ID

: 466117

Record ID

: 243794

Digital Item Published

: 2-3-2004; updated 3-25-2011

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