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|Title||[Drawings depicting the burial place of "Cadunce" a Chippewa Indian "Medicine Man", a Navajo sand painting and Crow stone paintings]|
|Date||View date in the chronology|
|Description||The first drawing shows the "burial place of "Cadunce" a Chippewa Indian "Medicine Man"", which is "125 miles east of Deluth, on the north shore of Lake Superior". The second drawing is titled "Colored Plate - How the Navajo maiden is learned to weave" and shows a Navajo sand painting used by medicine men. The third drawing shows Indian stone art.|
|Names||Plenty Coups (1848-1932)|
|Places||Lake Superior, Chicago, Illinois, United States|
|Keywords||burial, tomb, medicine man, ceremony, ritual, chief, health, art, indigenous peoples, art|
|Theme||Observation, Representation and Cultural Encounters|
|Tribe / Nation||Go to Tribes and Nations page|
|Culture Area||Great Plains, Northeast|
Additional note on verso of first drawing reads: "Cadunce died March 12th -'84 - And is believed by the tribe to appear to them at the end of seven years from the time of his death."
Plenty Coups was a Crow chief during the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries.
|Library||The Newberry Library|
|Copyright||The Newberry Library|
|Collection||The Edward E. Ayer Collection|
|Reference||Ayer Art Box 2|