Photo: Algonquian, Pamlico River, John White, Jacques Le Moyne . | Vintage Black
Photo: Algonquian, Pamlico River, John White, Jacques Le Moyne . | Vintage Black

Photo: Algonquian, Pamlico River, John White, Jacques Le Moyne . | Vintage Black

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Photograph Size: 7x12 | Ready to frame in any standard size frame | Frame Not Included | Archival Quality Reproduction |

Photograph Description: Secotan Creator(s): White, John, fl. 1585-1593, artist Date Created Published: 194- Summary: Algonquian village on the Pamlico River estuary showing Native structures, agriculture, and spiritual life. Notes: Reproduction of a drawing by John White. Color reproduction published in: The New World; the first pictures of America, made by John White and Jacques Le Moyne and engraved by Theodore de Bry, with contemporary narratives of the French settlements in Florida, 1562-1565, and the English colonies in Virginia, 1585-1590 Stefan Lorant, ed. New York : Duell, Sloan and Pearce, 1965, p. 191. Subjects: Indians of North America--Structures--Virginia--1580-1590. Algonquian Indians--Structures--1580-1590. Villages--Virginia--1580-1590. Agriculture--Virginia--1580-1590. Photographic prints--1940-1950. Watercolors--1580-1590--Reproductions--1940-1950.