1877 : Plains Indian sketch books of Zo-Tom & Howling Wolf

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Book
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General Library Collection  [ Browse Items ]
Publication Year
1969 
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Subject
Indigenous art -- Great Plains 
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Abstract
"Zo-Tom, a Kiowa, and Howling Wolf, a Cheyenne, were among the hundreds of Plains Indians taken as captives to Fort Marion during the decades after the Civil War. There in the army prison in the ancient seacoast town of St. Augustine, Florida, they recreated scenes from their lost life of liberty. In pencil, crayon, pen and paint — any marking material — and on cardboard, wood, wrapping paper and sometimes sketch-books — any flat surface — drawings appeared. Now two of the rare sketch-books are printed together for the first time as art as well as pictorial documents, in 1877: Plains Indians Sketch-books."--Book jacket. 
Description
25, [50] leaves of plates : color illustrations ; 21 x 29 cm. 
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