|Creator||Rice, Daniel and Clark, James G.|
|Material(s)||Ink on paper|
|Dimensions||H-20.438 W-14.313 inches|
|Description||This is a hand colored image of JTCHO-TUSTINNUGGEE. He is wearing a red turban with a black feather on the proper left side. He is dark skinned and has a black mustache. He is wearing a blue jacket with a white ruffled collar shirt that has ruffles at the cuffs. He is wearing silver earrings and has a black and red woven bandoleer across his chest.|
Deer Warrior (Itcho Tustinnuggee) (Seminole (Ikaniuksalgi)) was a member of a delegation which visited Washington, D.C. in 1825-826 to reacquire lands taken from them by the United States after its purchase of Florida in 1819. King painted his portrait during this visit. Of particular note in his attire are the trade silver earrings and finger-woven bandoleer which may be connected to an unseen bag. The significance of his gesture is unknown.
Hand-colored; bottom marked: JTCHO-TUSTINNUGGEE./ PUBLISHED BY DANIEL RICE & JAMES G. CLARK, PHILAD., Drawn, Printed & Colored at the Lithographic & Printing Establishment, No. 94, Walnut St./ Entered according to an act of Congress on the Year 1841 by James G. Clark in the Clerks office of the District Court of the Eastern District of Pennsylvania
|Collection||KHS Museum Collection|
Rice, Daniel and Clark, James G.
Indians of North America
|Physical Holder||Kentucky Historical Society - KHS|