Plains Indian Ledger Art: Fales-Freeman Brulé Ledger - He Dog Killing Pawnee Woman
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Fales-Freeman Brulé Ledger

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He Dog Killing Pawnee Woman
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Document Info

Page No. 20
Media: pencil, colored pencil, pen, ink
Dimensions: 6.5 x 8.25 inches inches

Tribe

Lakota (Sioux) - Brulé, Lakota (Sioux) - Sicangu

Custodian

Plains Ledger Art Digital Publishing Project (PILA), Mandeville Special Collections, UCSD Libraries, UC San Diego, La Jolla, CA

Provenance

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Keywords

Pawnee, Crow, biographic, brulé, horse, horse stealing, fighting scene, Lakota, war shield, war pony

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This word cannot be said, is is very disrespectful and American Indians never used it, and today it is a despised word. The writing in ink was not made by the artist and may have been added at a later time (?). Just sayin' .

I noticed your comment processing blocked the message from being posted when it contained the word, so you know. Good work.

Ojibwe Artist