Paul Kane was the first and only artist in Canada to embark upon a pictorial and literary project featuring the country’s Aboriginal peoples; however, his work does contain inaccuracies and anachronisms. “Nesperces Indian,” Nez Perce, c. 1849–56, Royal Ontario Museum.
Un Capo degli Ojibbeway (Southeastern Ojibway). Indossava un ornamento sulla fronte e un anello a naso. Sembra una copia del ritratto di Kisshkallowa degli Shawnee, litografia da un dipinto di C.B. King.