Etahdleuh Doanmoe Sketchbook - Negley

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"Buffalo Sighted!"

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Pages 32-33: "Buffalo Sighted!" A party of Kiowa buffalo hunters, concealed behind a low range of hills, sees the signal of their scout that the quarry has been found. The season is about June, when the new-born buffalo calves still retained their yellow-colored coats. What appears at first glance to be two "hills" in the background of Plate 33, is actually intended as an overhead view of the blue, winding river beyond, framed along both banks by heavy timber.

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• Purchased from Etahdleuh Doanmoe by Sophia Negley of Pittsburgh, PA in August 1875 at Fort Marion, St. Au...

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Plate No: 21
Page No: 32-33
Media: pencil, colored pencil
Dimensions: 8.5 x 11.25 inches
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