Crow Indian From Lodge Grass by James Bama

After 1600 A.D., all of the Plains Indian tribes used horses. For the next two and one half centuries, the tribes traveled and hunted buffalo on horseback, riding into the golden age of their culture.The Crow, roaming the lands from Yellowstone and Bighorn country to the Rocky Mountains and the Cheyenne River, were one of those tribes. They developed a complex society with a rich system of beliefs and customs, some borrowed from other tribes and others distinctly their own. The passing of the great buffalo herds in the late 1800s ended their way of life, but the Crow retained their speech, beliefs and social customs.
Print released 1988.
offset litho, 1250 s/n
Current Availability: Sold Out at Publisher / Secondary Market Pricing Applies / Please Email for Cost.
Dimensions: 18.75" x 18.75"
Issue Price: $225.00

Customer Reviews

(0.00) stars out of 5
# of Ratings: 0