Quapaws fighting Chickasaws. Detail from the Three Villages Robe, an eighteenth-century painting on animal hide by an unidentified Quapaw artist, courtesy of Musee du quai Branly - Jacques Chirac, Dist RMN -Grand Palais/Art Resource NY. Photograph by Claude Germain. To learn more about 17th–19th century objects in the museum’s French Royal Collections from North America, see the CROYAN Project.
Military Cooperation and the Relocation of Quapaw and French Settlements in Colonial Arkansas
a case study in colonial international relations
Morris S. Arnold
Arkansas Archeological Survey
Academic Papers Series Number 1 - 2023