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Images Dated 21st December 2006

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Choose from 82 pictures in our Images Dated 21st December 2006 collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


Featured 21 Dec 2006 Print

'Kafir of the Amakosa', 1848. Artist: Unknown

'Kafir of the Amakosa', 1848. A man from the Amakosah people in what is now South Africa. Kafir, an offensive term, is no longer used. An engraving from the Natural History of Man, by James Cowles Prichard, (Hippolyte Bailliere, London, third edition, 1848)

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Featured 21 Dec 2006 Print

'Mah-to-toh-pa, (The Four Bears), 2nd Chief of the Mandans', 1848.Artist: Harris

'Mah-to-toh-pa, (The Four Bears), 2nd Chief of the Mandans', 1848. Native American man of the Mandan people, a branch of the Sioux family in North America. An engraving from the Natural History of Man, by James Cowles Prichard, published by Hippolyte Bailliere, (London, third edition, 1848)

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Featured 21 Dec 2006 Print

'Sha-ko-ka, The Mint, A Mandan Girl', 1848.Artist: Harris

'Sha-ko-ka, The Mint, A Mandan Girl', 1848. Native American girl displaying the gray hue of the hair, of the Mandan people, a branch of the Sioux family in North America. An engraving from the Natural History of Man, by James Cowles Prichard, published by Hippolyte Bailliere, (London, third edition, 1848)

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