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2 McKinney & Hall hand colored lithographs of Native Americans from "The Indian Tribes of North America". 1st item: Ong Pa Ton Ga or "The Big Elk", Chief of the Omahas, after a painting by C.B. King, Published Philadelphia by E.C. Biddle, date 1836. 11" x 15" sight, 18-1/2" x 22-1/2" with later dark taupe and red double mat and molded wood frame. 2nd item: Pet a Le Shar Ro, a Pawnee Brave, published Philadelphia by F.W. Greenough, date 1836, drawn, printed and colored at I. T. Bowen's Lithographic Establishment. 17-1/2" x 11-1/2" sight, 25-1/2" x 19-1/2" in later white matting and giltwood frame. Provenance – Robert C. and Cora Reid Greene Estate, Phenix City, Alabama. CONDITION: 1st item: very good condition with a couple of small stains to light background, both under 1/4", uneven general toning. 2nd item: good condition with light fading and toning, acid burn at edges, a couple of scattered very small light stains and short creases. Neither print examined out frame.