Original C.B. King painting in N. M. Division of Ethnology.
Shakopee "Six" in Sioux ! The Chippewa sub-chief at Leech Lake early 1800's; rode in canoe with Jos. Nicollet 1836 from Ft. Snelling to Leech. His name is Nakotah, Sioux for "six", deriving from Sioux-Chippewa intermarriage during infrequent peace festivities. The town Shakopee, Minnesota, in homesite of his famous Sioux namesake. CAZ
In McKenny and Hall. By C.B. King (1827) from drawing by James Otto Lewis, 1822.
Print from National Museum marked "Jack-o-pa, means "The Sea" or "The Six", painted by C.B. King from drawing by Lewis- Washington, 1822. N. M. has negative also: Number 31 860-d.
Black and white copy negative
Addl. KW Subjects:
Negative 431 B, National Anthropological Archives, Smithsonian Institution
National Anthropological Archives, Smithsonian Museum Support Center, Suitland, Maryland