Detail View: JCB Archive of Early American Images: Kleidung der Einwohner der Stadt Conception.

Accession number: 
32222
Record number: 
32222-1
JCB call number: 
E800 L311p
Image title: 
Kleidung der Einwohner der Stadt Conception.
Creator 1: 
Jos. Stüber
Creator 1 role: 
Sc.
Place image published: 
[Berlin & Hamburg]
Image date: 
[1800]
Image function: 
plate; vol. 1, following p. 168
Technique: 
engraving
Image dimension height: 
9.1 cm.
Image dimension width: 
15.2 cm.
Page dimension height: 
19.5 cm.
Page dimension width: 
10.5 cm.
Materials medium: 
ink
Materials support: 
paper
Description: 
Women and men of Concepción, Chile. Includes upper and lower classes of people. Also includes boats and ships.
Source creator: 
La Pérouse, Jean-François de Galaup, comte de, 1741-1788
Source Title: 
[Voyage de La Pérouse autour du monde. German] La Perousen's Entdeckungsreise in den Jahren 1785, 86 und 88 ... Erster Theil
Source place of publication: 
Berlin und Hamburg
Source date: 
1800
notes: 
Concepción was founded in 1550 by Pedro de Valdivia. It functioned as a military outpost on the border between Spanish-controlled areas (the Viceroyalty of Peru) and areas controlled by the Mapuche (in Spanish, Araucanos). La Perouse arrived there in February of 1786.La Pérouse took command of a French government expedition that was to search for the Northwest Passage from the Pacific side and to explore along the coasts of America, China, and Siberia, and in the South Seas. He never returned from this expedition. His two ships were wrecked on a reef near the island of Vanikoro with all hands lost, but La Perouse had sent letters back to Europe from Manila, Macao, and Australia which were edited by former army officer, Louis Antoine Milet-Mureau, and later published.Image placed horizontally on page.For an earlier version of this image, see #09274-2 La Pérouse, [Voyage de La Pérouse autour du monde. English], London, 1799. For a later version, see #69-206-21 Schmidtmeyer, Travels into Chile ... London, 1824.
Time Period: 
1751-1800
Provenance/Donor: 
Acquired before 1870.
Owner and copyright: 
©John Carter Brown Library, Box 1894, Brown University, Providence, R.I. 02912
geographic area: 
Spanish America
Subject Area: 
Artifacts, industry, and human activities
Subject headings: 
Clothing and dress--Chile