Print by McKenney and Hall from the Birmingham Public Library Tutwiler Collection of Southern History and Literature
This print from the 1832 The History of the Indian Tribes of North America was likely made from a portrait of Opothle Yoholo by famed painter Charles Bird King. Opothle Yoholo (ca. 1798-1863) was
a leader of the Tuckabatchee Creeks and became the principal chief of the Creek Nation. He was one of the most outspoken opponents
of Creek Removal.