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Chief Logan, Son of Shikellamy, Robert Griffing.
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In this recent painting, artist Robert Griffing depicts Chief Logan as he may have looked like at the time of his famous speech.

Credit: Painting by Robert Griffing; used by permission of Paramount Press, Inc.

In this recent painting, artist Robert Griffing depicts Chief Logan as he may have looked like at the time of his famous speech. The wampum beads around his neck and wrist symbolized spiritual wealth and power to Indians. The musket, powder horn, and silver armbands would have come to Logan through the fur trade.

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