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About this product Product Information This is an annotated edition of the treaties between the British colonies and Indian nations, originally printed and sold by Benjamin Franklin. Last published in , Benjamin Franklin, Pennsylvania, and the First Nations makes these important treaties available once again, featuring a simpler, easier-to-read format, extensive explanatory notes, and maps. To learn more, visit our Cookies page. This page was processed by aws-apollo4 in 0.
Skip to main content. Copy URL. See all articles by Robert J. Miller Robert J. Abstract The Eastern Shawnee Tribe and its political ancestors have long engaged in political and diplomatic relations with other Indian nations, European powers, and the United States.
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Hall, Over years later, a fire company may have commissioned this painting to adorn a firehouse and recognize Franklin's contribution to the city's volunteer fire service. The artist depicted Franklin in a chief's work helmet and coat worn by firemen fifty years after Franklin's death. Work and ceremonial uniforms, as well as engines and equipment, were decorated with patriotic motifs that evoked the sense of protecting the well-being of the community and the nation. Firefighting incorporated the ideals of citizenship, heroism, bravery, competition, and political and charitable activities.
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Amid the elegant finery of the French aristocracy, Franklin is easily identifiable, clothed simply in a brown suit. The image of a frugal, industrious, unpretentious republican American was something Franklin cultivated.
The Museum owns one of these suits The event depicted is a celebration after the signing of the Treaty of Amity and Commerce and the Treaty of Alliance, which was signed February 6, , in Paris. These agreements established a commercial alliance that provided financial aid and authorized military support for the American colonies during the Revolutionary War. The celebration of the treaties took place ten days later at Versailles Palace. As a popular celebrity diplomat, Franklin was a favorite with the ladies and spent much of his time with the socially and intellectually elite.
This large print was probably produced for municipal buildings, upper -class homes, or businesses, and perhaps the more affluent academies or schools.
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