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Artist
artist QS:P170,Q2598192
Object type painting
object_type QS:P31,Q3305213
Description
An eighteenth-century oil painting owned by the Winterthur Museum claims to depict James Oglethorpe presenting the Yamacraw Indians to the Georgia Trustees, an event on July 3, 1734, one year after Oglethorpe landed to start the new colony. The 25 bewigged and befrocked Englishmen have been identified. Oglethorpe is standing in the center, receiving an Indian boy by the hand. This suggests the Christianization of Indians, one of the chartered purposes of the philanthropic Georgia colony. The boy is dressed in English style, while the Indian men are in native dress. The Savannah trader John Musgrove (d. 1735) mediates as interpreter. Oglethorpe had boasted that the Lower Creek Nation "is within half a mile of us and has concluded a peace with us giving up their right to all this part of the country… The king comes regularly to church and is desirous to be instructed in the Christian religion and has given to me his nephew, a boy who is his next heir, to educate." The one Indian woman in the painting, also portrayed in English dress, is Tomochichi’s wife Senawchi. The other Indians are usually identified simply as "Indians," though sometimes they are called Creek or "Yamacraw."
Date 1734
date QS:P571,+1734-00-00T00:00:00Z/9
Medium painting
institution QS:P195,Q2585168
Source/Photographer http://www.pantherslodge.com/indians.html
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current 00:22, 13 February 2017 Thumbnail for version as of 00:22, 13 February 20171,350 × 956 (234 KB)Wmpearl
16:06, 9 September 2008 Thumbnail for version as of 16:06, 9 September 2008525 × 407 (50 KB)Robfergusonjr{{Information |Description=Tomo-Chi-Chi and other Yamacraws presented to the Trustees of the colony of Georgia. Summer 1743. Detail from William Verelst, "Trustees of Georgia," oil painting in The Winterthur Museum, Delaware. |Source=http://www.panthersl

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