Weir, Robert Walter, (1802-1889) Landing of Henrick Hudson.
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One engraving entitled "Landing of Henrick Hudson" dated 1857. Depicts the landing of Hudson and his men in 1609. Native Americans wait on the shore to greet them. Published by Martin, Johnson & Co, New York, from the original painting by Robert Walter Weir. At the time of engraving this painting was in the possession of Gulian Crommelin Verplanck.
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