President Grover Cleveland and British Prime Minister Robert
Cecil, Lord Salisbury, are dressed as Native Americans, smoking
peace pipes filled with "Common Sense Tobacco." Sitting with
Cleveland, also dressed as natives, are Richard Olney, Robert R.
Hitt, Charles A. Boutelle, Nelson Dingley, George F. Hoar, William
E. Chandler, John T. Morgan, and Henry Cabot Lodge. Sitting with
Salisbury are Joseph Chamberlain, Arthur J. Balfour, George J.
Goschen, and the Duke of Devonshire, Spencer C. Cavendish. In the
foreground is a hatchet in a hole, to be buried, possibly over the
Venezuela boundary dispute.
Intervention (International law); Indians of North America; Calumets; Peace; Pipe smoking; Monroe doctrine; Cleveland, Grover, 1837-1908; Olney, Richard, 1835-1917; Hitt, Robert R. (Robert Roberts), 1834-1906; Boutelle, Charles A. (Charles Addison), 1839-1901; Dingley, Nelson, 1832-1899; Hoar, George Frisbie, 1826-1904; Chandler, William E. (William Eaton), 1835-1917; Morgan, J. T. (John Tyler), 1824-1907; Lodge, Henry Cabot, 1850-1924; Salisbury, Robert Cecil, Marquess of, 1830-1903; Chamberlain, Joseph, 1836-1914; Devonshire, Spencer Compton Cavendish, Duke of, 1833-1908; Goschen, George Joachim Goschen, Viscount, 1831-1907; Balfour, Arthur James, 1848-1930