A competent and conscientious reconstruction, supported by frequent excerpts from Catlin's own lively accounts of his...

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INDIAN GALLERY: The Story of George Catlin

A competent and conscientious reconstruction, supported by frequent excerpts from Catlin's own lively accounts of his adventures and observations, of the acclaimed and well remunerated miniature portraitist who left his career in 1830 to travel through the West by horseback and canoe, painting Indians and collecting objects and artifacts for his Indian museum.

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Publisher: Four Winds

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: Jan. 1, 1973