Tchung-kee, a Mandan Game Played with a Ring and Pole

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Illustration

Joshua J. Mark
by George Catlin
published on 10 January 2024
Tchung-kee, a Mandan Game Played with a Ring and Pole Download Full Size Image

"Tchung-kee, a Mandan Game Played with a Ring and Pole", oil on canvas by artist George Catlin, 1832-1833. Chunkey was a popular team sport among many Native American Nations and is thought to have originated c. 600 CE at Cahokia.

Smithsonian American Art Museum, Washington D.C.

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Catlin, G. (2024, January 10). Tchung-kee, a Mandan Game Played with a Ring and Pole. World History Encyclopedia. Retrieved from https://www.worldhistory.org/image/18303/tchung-kee-a-mandan-game-played-with-a-ring-and-po/

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Catlin, George. "Tchung-kee, a Mandan Game Played with a Ring and Pole." World History Encyclopedia. Last modified January 10, 2024. https://www.worldhistory.org/image/18303/tchung-kee-a-mandan-game-played-with-a-ring-and-po/.

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Catlin, George. "Tchung-kee, a Mandan Game Played with a Ring and Pole." World History Encyclopedia. World History Encyclopedia, 10 Jan 2024. Web. 23 Jul 2024.

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