Trading Post at Chadron Creek by western artist Howard Terpning

Trading Post at Chadron Creek by Howard Terpning.
"Buffalo robes were the medium of exchange for the Plains Indian in the system of trade that developed with the white man. In return, the Indians received an assortment of merchandise, both decorative and utilitarian, which would in time make them dependent on the white man for more. These Brule Sioux have come in with robes to trade at a lonely outpost on the Nebraska prairie like the one established by James Bordeau in 1833 or another built on Chadron Creek in 1841." (Spirit of the Plains People - Don Hedgpeth).
Print released 1995.
offset litho, 1000 s/n
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Dimensions: 17.375" x 28"


Issue Price: $225.00

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