(1863 - 1935)
Margaret Whitehead Magill Hodge was active/lived in District Of Columbia. Margaret Hodge is known for archaeological artifacts illustrations, Indians.
Margaret Magill Hodge is known for her illustrations with records of archaeological digs as well as for watercolor sketches around the Washington DC area and other places where she lived.
Hodge was born on July 23, 1863 in Washington, DC, where she grew up and attended Dr. Wheat's Female Institute at Winchester, Virginia. She was forced to leave at age 12 due to poor eyesight, but she remained an avid reader and later attended the the Corcoran School of Art in Washington.
Hodge's archaeological activity began when she was a teen-ager and accompanied her married sister, Emily, and Emily's husband Frank Cushing to the Zuni reservation in northern Arizona. They remained until 1884. Two years later, she went aga ... Displaying 750 of 2877 characters.