During the 18th century, the Scioto River was an important waterway for the Native people of the Ohio territory. This painting depicts Ottawa leaders from the northern villages on the Sandusky. They are traveling to the Lower Shawnee Town (at the confluence of the Ohio) for council. Their Shawnee warrior guide has successfully guided them to this point, where they take a much deserved midday break on the Scioto.
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Image Size: 18" x 24"
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