‘A casket of savage curiosities‘: Eighteenth-century objects from north-eastern north america in the farquharson collection
Journal of the History of Collections , Volume 6 - Issue 1 p. 21- 33
This paper describes a private collection of early Woodlands Indian artefacts which was acquired through eighteenth-and early nineteenth-century Scottish military connections with north-eastern North America. The unusual association of original documentation with the material enhances the importance of the collection, adding to our knowledge of the age, provenance and range of eighteenth-century Native American object types.
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Phillips, R, & Idiens, D. (Dale). (1994). ‘A casket of savage curiosities‘: Eighteenth-century objects from north-eastern north america in the farquharson collection. Journal of the History of Collections, 6(1), 21–33. doi:10.1093/jhc/6.1.21