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Little Hawk
Little Hawk Don Ross
At the Battle of The Little Bighorn in June 1876, a large contingent of Sioux and Cheyenne were able to overwhelm Lieutenant Colonel George A. Custer and wipe out his entire band of more than 200 men.

Later that summer 3,000 Sioux were trapped at the Tongue River Valley by the army of General Alfred H. Terry. The Sioux surrendered.
 
 
A hundred years ago Edward S. Curtis traveled the American west photographing tribes of Native Americans. This is one of a series of paintings inspired by those photographs.
 
The canvas is 30" X 36" over 2.5" stretcher bars.
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This painting has been sold.
 
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