Category: The Busts

Canonchet

Canonchet

Bronze edition: 20 | Height: 29″

Last Sachem of the Narragansett

The Narragansett was the most powerful tribe in 17th century New England, according to William Hubbard in his “History of the Indian Wars” (1677), and Canonchet was able “to raise 4000 fighting men”.

The Puritans, fearful that the powerful Narragansetts would join the Indian …

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Atotarho (First Among Equals)

Bronze edition: 8 | Height: 20″

Chief of the Onondagas

A renowned warrior and a mighty magician stands with his hair of writhing snakes, grotesquely conspicuous through the dim light of tradition at this birth of Iroquois nationality. This was Atotarho (aka Tadodaho), chief of the Onondagas; to this day, his name has been passed …

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Sagamore, a study of Madockawando

2002 | Bronze edition: 25 | Height: 21″

Certain men renowned as warriors and hunters or endowed with a gift for oratory qualified as leaders in Wabanaki society were called Sagamores. Great Sagamores were known to possess as well, special spirit power which power which enabled them to accomplish extraordinary feats. The greatest Shamans were …

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