Why have two portraits ostensibly of American Indians visiting England—a Penobscot woman circa 1605 and a Mohawk sachem circa 1740—been so frequently reprinted with misleading captions, when the woman, though anonymous, was in fact English and the man, often confused with an earlier Mohawk leader, never went abroad? Here are the answers.

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