Framed Print of NATI2A-00087. Native American way of cooking fish, Virginia Colony, 1585
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Native American way of cooking fish, Virginia Colony, 1585. Hand-colored woodcut reproducgtion of a John White illustration.
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Framed Print of NATI2A-00087. Native American way of cooking fish, Virginia Colony, 1585.
Native American way of cooking fish, Virginia Colony, 1585.
Hand-colored woodcut reproducgtion of a John White illustration
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Media ID 5880316
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