|Artist||King, Charles Bird|
|Title||O-HYA-WA-MINCE-KEE (A CHIPPEWA CHIEF)|
|Artist 2||Duval, Peter (engraver)|
|Collection||Art of the American West|
|Credit line||Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Richard D. Grand|
O-Hya-Wa-Mince-Kee was one of the Native American Chiefs who visited Washington, DC in the early 1800s. King painted his portrait which was included as a lithograph in Thomas L. McKenney and James Hall's History of the Indian Tribes of North America. McKenney was the head of the Bureau of Indian Affairs who arranged for King's commission of paintings with the government. James Hall authored an essay included in the book.