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Chief Joseph Brant 1776

Chief Joseph Brant 1776

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This toy soldier depicts Chief Joseph Brant during the years 1777-1783. 

Born with the Mohawk name Thayendanegea, Brant grew up in the Mohawk and Iroquois lands of New York, which were under British influence. He received an education at Moor's Charity School for Indians, which later became Dartmouth, where he learned to read and write English. This education gave him the skills that made him prosperous and favored by the English.

During the French & Indian War, Brant traveled with his brother-in-law, Sir William Johnson, a British officer. He became fluent in six tribal languages and gained the trust of both natives and settlers. However, when war broke out again in 1775, Brant predicted that independence for the colonists would mean the end of native independence across North America.

This 1/30 scale toy soldier features a matte finish and is a one-piece set. It is a reliable and accurate representation of Chief Joseph Brant during a crucial time in American history. Add it to your collection today and honor the legacy of this influential leader.

Model: 10115

1/30 scale

Matte Finish

1 Piece Set





Care information

These are not play toys. They are collectables. Recommended for 14 yrs old and older.

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