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Thomas Easterly 
Na-che-ninga [No Heart of Fear], a Chief of the Iowas 
1849 
  
Daguerreotype 
Missouri Historical Society 
Easterly Daguerreotype Collection, Identifier: N17188 
  
 
LL/67854 
  
Description: Portrait of Nacheninga [No Heart of Fear], Iowa. Nacheninga holds a gun in his hands and is wrapped in a thick blanket. At the top edge of the daguerreotype the words "Na-che-ninga, a Chief of the Iowa's" is inscribed. To the left of the portrait is inscribed "The Rifle was presented to the Chief of the Chippeway's by King William the fourth of England during his sojourn in America." To the right of the portrait, "The barrel is made of Gold, Silver, and Platina, and carries an ounce ball with accuracy a distance of one mile" is inscribed. In the bottom-left corner the words "T.M. Easterly, Daguerrean, St. Louis, Mo." are inscribed. 
 

 
  
 
  
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