Tshusick, an Ojibwa woman, holding a flower

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Tshusick, an Ojibwa woman, holding a flower. Coloured lithograph by A Hoffy after CB King, 1837. The description by Hall states that this woman had walked from Detroit to Washington, DC to be converted to Christianity. Created 1837. Ethnology. Costume – America (- 19th century). Christian converts. Indians of North America. Ojibwa Indians. Contributors: Charles Bird King (1785–1862); Thomas Loraine McKenney (1785–1859); Alfred M Hoffy (approximately 1790–). Work ID: aafy2kpm.

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