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April 19th, 1892


I Remember April 19th, 1892, oil paint, ink, pastel, and elk hide on pine panel , 24"x30"

By coincidence the Oklahoma City bombing happened to fall on the anniversary of the opening of Cheyenne and Arapaho reservation lands to outsiders in the allotment process. The Washita River is marked in red, as it was the site of a wanton massacre of innocent Cheyenne women and children by Custer and the Seventh Calvary

Elizabeth Ogle
Bell Balenti
Otter Woman's Son
T. R. Frasier
Dragonfly Girl
Shooting Night
Scratchy and the Combine
Contented Calf
4 Toads
April 19th



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