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|Section||Section III: The Visible Empire|
|Place of Publication||Frankfurt|
|Reference||G.6631, plate V|
|Notes||John Guy trades with the Indians, Newfoundland, 1612, (c1627-1628). A party of Europeans trades with the Beothuk, a tribe of Native Americans on the coast of what is now Canada. Guy holds a knife, arrow, necklace and feather; one of the Native Americans holds a hat he has just received. In the background are the Europeans' galleons, and Indian canoes. This image has sometimes been used in early works to illustrate a meeting between Bartholomew Gosnold and Indians in Virginia. Image taken from America- part XIII - Latin.|
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