How the Tuppin Ikins had a slave who would have let me be...
'Native Americans take a man from his hammock, beat him on the head with a war club, butcher him, and grill him over a fire. Staden, shown as a bearded man, remonstrates with the men who are butchering a man. Includes scene of cannibalism, axe or hatchet, and dwellings. Text describes a slave from the tribe called the Carios, who urged his masters to kill Staden. That slave fell ill, and when Staden was unable to bleed him, killed him, believing that he would die anyway. Image title translated from chapter heading on previous page. This volume contains accounts of Staden's two voyages made to Brazil, 1546 to 1548 and 1549 to 1555, and Jean de Léry's voyage to Brazil made from 1555 to 1558. Theodor de Bry's America. Pt. 3. German.'
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|Título||How the Tuppin Ikins had a slave who would have let me be killed.|
|Autor||Theodor de Bry|
|Fuente||America. Pt 3.|
|Créditos||JCB Archive of Early American Images, Brown University|
|Tema||Imágenes de referencia|