Kahkewaquonaby, Peter Jones (1832)
|Publisher:||Mason, John (firm, London),|
|Medium:||Steel engraving on wove paper; laid down on cardboard|
|Extent:||118 x 92; sheet (trimmed within plate-mark) 163 x 111 mm|
|Notes:||Former neg. T 15009
Inscribed in the plate, l.l.: Painted by Matilda Jones.; l.r.: Engraved by T.A. Dean.; b.(trimmed): Kahkewaquonaby / Peter Jones / [Missionary to / THE CHIPPEWAY INDIANS, / UPPER CANADA. / NORTH AMERICA. / Published by J. Mason, 14, City Road, & 66, Paternoster Row.]
Jones' miniature is in Victoria University Library, Toronto.
Peter Jones (1802-56), known in Ojibwa as Kahkewaquonaby, son of surveyor Augustus Jones and Tuhbenahneequay, was ordained a Methodist minister in 1833.
Published in The Wesleyan-Methodist Magazine, London, J. Mason, June 1833, opp. p. 385. Another impression, Acc. JRR 282; 118 x 91; sheet (trimmed within plate-mark) 171 x 96 mm.
|Rights and Licenses:||Public Domain|
|Contributor:||Matilda Jones, English, fl. 1825-1843|