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Indian Scalping the Dead Enemy

by Ange-Louis (Janet-Lange) Janet

Indian Scalping the Dead Enemy - Ange-Louis (Janet-Lange) Janet
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English: "Indian Scalping the Dead Enemy" oil on Canvas.
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Date

1867

Author

Ange-Louis (Janet-Lange) Janet

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