Top left: “Indian on an Indian;” Silkscreen print of Pamunkey George Major Cook (a Virginia Powhatan tribe chief) advertising the popular early 1900s Indian Motorcycle. Silkscreen
print by Rose Powhatan & Michael Auld
Top center: Two Indian girls cooking rice in Jamaica. New immigrants from Northern India who came to Jamaica in the late 1800s as indentured workers after the emancipation of
enslaved Africans.
Bottom left: Evidence of pre-Columbian contact between India and the Americas? Disputed temple sculpture in Somnathpur, [India]. “We find two male and 63 female attendants to
the deities holding the ‘maize ears’. " CARL JOHANNESSEN ON ANCIENT INDIAN MAIZE, (p. 170)
Bottom center: Etching of Columbus landing on Kiskeia/Haiti Bohio (later to become Hispaniola)
Right: One of a variety of painted versions of Lord Rama.