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Woman of Sta. Christina. (Drawn from) nature by W. Hodges. Engrav'd by J. Hall. No. 37. (Published Feby. 1st., 1777 by Wm. Strahan in New Street, Shoe Lane & Thos. Cadell in the Strand, London)

Engraved illustration of woman from Tahuata Island , Marquesas Islands. David Rumsey collection copy: artist and engraver names and pl. number cropped off. See note field above. Mitchell 1217. Mitchell, 1381. Marquesas Islands (French Polynesia)
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