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The Huron by David Wright

 
     
 

The Huron by David Wright

 
     
 

As part of the Iroquoian linguistic group, the Huron tribe originally lived in southern Ontario, east of Lake Huron. The name is derived from when first encountered in 1615 by the French under Samuel de Champlain who referred to them as Huron which means "bristly-headed ruffian". As the Iroquois League on the East Coast were pushed farther west by the white man, conflict broke out between the League and the Huron for control of the fur trade in the upper Great Lakes region. In 1649 they were nearly annihilated by the more powerful Iroquois.

 

 
 
 
 

Image Size - 12" x 18"
Edition Size: 1400 signed and numbered paper prints
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