Tiscohan, by Gustavus Hesselius, 1735.
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A bare-chested Indian chief with a pouch on a string around his neck. Protruding from the pouch is a tobacco pipe.

Credit: The Historical Society of Pennsylvania

A 1735 portrait of the Minisink chief Tishcohan, commissioned by William Penn's son John, and painted by the Swedish artist Gustavus Hesselius.

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