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The White Buffalo, c.1840 Giclee Print by George Catlin kp

The White Buffalo, c.1840 Giclee Print by George Catlin kp

Native Americans: Chee-a-ex-e-co, Daughter of Deer without a Heart by George Catlin 1796-1872

Native Americans: Chee-a-ex-e-co, Daughter of Deer without a Heart by George Catlin 1796-1872

George Catlin (American artist, 1796-1872) Du-cór-re-a, Chief of the Tribe, and His Family    New Jersey born George Catlin (1796-1872) is...

George Catlin (American artist, 1796-1872) Du-cór-re-a, Chief of the Tribe, and His Family New Jersey born George Catlin (1796-1872) is...

Arikara Woman - Kah-béck-a, The Twin, Wife of Bloody Hand, 1832, Arikara / Sahnish tribe. George Catlin (1796-1872). Painted at the Mandan village in 1832. Note the richly detailed treatment of the trade bead necklaces worn by The Twin.

Arikara Woman - Kah-béck-a, The Twin, Wife of Bloody Hand, 1832, Arikara / Sahnish tribe. George Catlin (1796-1872). Painted at the Mandan village in 1832. Note the richly detailed treatment of the trade bead necklaces worn by The Twin.

Chippewa Plains Woman - Kay-a-gís-gis, a Young Woman, 1832, Plains Ojibwe - Plains Chippewa tribe. George Catlin (1796-1872). Catlin, wrote the following to accompany this picture: “a beautiful young woman pulling her hair out of braid.”

Chippewa Plains Woman - Kay-a-gís-gis, a Young Woman, 1832, Plains Ojibwe - Plains Chippewa tribe. George Catlin (1796-1872). Catlin, wrote the following to accompany this picture: “a beautiful young woman pulling her hair out of braid.”

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