TULCEE MATHLA A SEMINOLE CHIEF Lithograph Print

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TULCEE MATHLA A SEMINOLE CHIEF Lithograph Print

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Title:  

TULCEE MATHLA A SEMINOLE CHIEF Lithograph Print
Date:
1842
Creator:
King, Charles Bird (Artist)

Content Description: 

Print, Lithograph. Portrait. Bust of the Seminole Indian Chief, Tulcee Mathla (also spelled Julcee Mathla). Shows him wearing a blue shirt with vertical red stripes with a white and red scarf? over the shoulders and a wide white gathered collar which comes to a point on his chest. Above this collar is a small white starched tuxedo-type collar at the round neck. Red turban with small yellow figure. Resembles bandana cloth. Wears a green sash with white beading diagonally across the chest and also a medal on a red ribbon showing a man's head in profile.

Physical Description: 

H: 19 3/4" W: 13 3/4"

Location:
500 S Bronough St,Florida,Tallahassee,32399
Identifier:
96M.004.001

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