The Horrible Attacks of the Indians on the English in Carolina…
Published about 1720, this small engraving is the only near-contemporary image of the conflict. Though the print is based on second-hand descriptions of the conflict rather than first hand observation, it none the less captures the ferocity of the conflict.
It is captioned in Dutch and Latin.
ENGRAVER: Peter Schenk the Younger (1693-1775) was an engraver and publisher like his father, Peter Schenk the Elder (1660-1711). The family is best known for engraving maps and city views. They were active in Leipzig and Amsterdam. This print was engraved and printed in Amsterdam.