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Le transport du grand soleil

Le transport du grand soleil

 
 
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Native porters transporting the tribal leader whom they worshipped as the sun.
Illus. in: Histoire de la Louisiane, contenant la découverte de ce vaste pays; sa description géographique; un voyage dans les terres; l'histoire naturelle, les mœurs, coûtumes & religion des naturels, avec leurs origines; deux voyages dans le nord du nouveau Mexique, dont un jusqu'à la Mer du Sud; ornée de deux cartes & de 40 planches en taille douce / Le Page du Pratz. Paris : De Bure, l'aîné [etc.], 1758, T-2-p 367.
Published in: Many nations: A Library of Congress resource guide for the study of Indian and Alaska native peoples of the United States / edited by Patrick Frazier and the Publishing Office. Washington : Library of Congress, 1996, p. 60.

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01/01/1758
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Clearwater35.92341, -90.25704
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