FRANKLIN: CARTOON, 1764.
Benjamin Franklin (left) condemns anti-Native American sentiment in Pennsylvania. He holds a paper which reads, 'Resolves, ye Proprietaries are knave and tyrant.' He is handing it to a Quaker, who is riding a Scotch-Irish man and leading a German by a rope. A Native American is riding the German. Line engraving, American, 1764.
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