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The Treaty in Shackamaxon & Its Representations in British & American Art

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"The Treaty in Shackamaxon & Its Representations in British & American Art" introduces students to visual representations of William Penn the so-called "Treaty with the Indians." It asks students to …

"The Treaty in Shackamaxon & Its Representations in British & American Art" introduces students to visual representations of William Penn the so-called "Treaty with the Indians." It asks students to examine the ideological function that successive versions of the treaty served in both European and American contexts.

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  • 1. The Treaty in Shackamaxon & Its Representations in British & American Art Tamanend, Penn, and the Politics of Memory
  • 2. Map of Lenape languages and tribes. Map terms translated from German original into English. .22 July 2013, 10:42:17. Source http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Delaware01.p ng. Author http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/User:Nika ter
  • 3. Thomas Holme. A Mapp of Ye Improved Part of Pensilvania in America, Divided Into Countyes, Townships and Lotts (1687)
  • 4. Thomas Holme. A Mapp of Ye Improved Part of Pensilvania in America, Divided Into Countyes, Townships and Lotts (1687)
  • 5. Thomas Holme. A Mapp of Ye Improved Part of Pensilvania in America, Divided Into Countyes, Townships and Lotts (1687)
  • 6. Benjamin West. Penn's Treaty with the Indians. 1771-72. Oil on canvas. 191.8 x 273.7 cm. Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts Gift of Mrs. Sarah Harrison (The Jose
  • 7. Benjamin West. Penn's Treaty with the Indians. 1771-72. Oil on canvas. 191.8 x 273.7 cm. Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts Gift of Mrs. Sarah Harrison (The Joseph Harrison, Jr. Collection). 1878.1.10
  • 8. G. Gallina and Giuseppe Erba Odescalchi after Benjamin West. William Penn's Treaty with the Indians. Il costume antico e moderno, vol. 1, following p. 362 (Milan, 1820). etching, aquatint, a coloring. 15.6 cm. x 22.1 cm.
  • 9. Penn Society Obelisk. 1827. Inscription: TREATY GROUND/of/WILLIAM PENN/and the/INDIAN NATIVES/1682/UNBROKEN FAITH
  • 10. Nicholas Gevelot. William Penn's Treaty with the Indians, 1682, Capitol Rotunda, above north door. 1827. Sandstone. Credit: Architect of the Capitol
  • 11. Edward Hicks, Peaceable Kingdom. ca. 1834. oil on canvas. 74.5 x 90.1 cm. National Gallery of Art. Gift of Edgar Williams and Bernice Chrysler Garbisch. 1980.62.15
  • 12. Edward Hicks (1780–1849). Penn's Treaty with the Indians. c. 1830-1840. oil on canvas 447.802 mm x 600.202 mm. Museum of Fine Arts, Houston. B.77.46.
  • 13. Constantino Brumidi (1805-1880). William Penn’s Treaty with the Indians from the Frieze of American History (https://www.flickr.com/photos/uscapitol/sets/72157627
  • 14. Plate. Staffordshire, England. Imported by Rowland & Marcellus Company between 1893-1937.
  • 15. A.C. Michael. William Penn’s Treaty with the Indians. In Henrietta Elizabeth Marshall, This Country of Ours: The Story of the United States (New York: George H. Doran, 1917), opp. 268
  • 16. Hess-Bright Ball Bearings Advertisement (1918)