Overall: 10 1/4 in. (26 cm)
Circular plate with printed reproduction of New-York Historical Society's portrait of Cornplanter by F. Bartoli (1867.314).
Gift of Roy Eddey
On back of plate: "THE LAST GREAT CHIEFS OF THE IROQUOIS/The/Native American/CORNPLANTER (Gyantwahia)/c. 1750-1836/A noted warrior before and during the Revolution, Cornplanter turned/peacemaker after the War. Although he was a skillful negotiator,/the Seneca chief signed away large tracts of land in a futile effort to/stem the tide of immigration. His inviolable 900-acre reservation in/Pennsylvania is now a reservoir./ARTIST: F. BARTOLI/ CASTLETON COLLECTORS SOCIETY" with insignia printed/EDITION LIMITED TO 1776 SETS
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