Endless Rides

/Railing-Homeward-by-Walter-UferWhen Warren A. Ferris set off in the employ of the American Fur Company to explore the Rocky Mountains in 1830, he was accompanied by “some thirty men, mostly Canadians,” he wrote in his diary.

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Year of the Indian

Trail-of-the-Iron-Horse-by-Charles-M-RussellArt collectors were not surprised that the world-famous cowboy artist Charles M. Russell got his highest sale of the year with an American Indian artwork.

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Pawnee Power

_Howard-Terpning_s-Major-North-and-the-Pawnee-BattalionThe Pawnee scouts, revered to this day in Pawnee culture, played a pivotal role during the height of the Indian Wars between 1864 and 1877.

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The Best of Art & Collectibles for 2015

Edward Sheriff Curtis _Maid of DreamsFate hitched Edward S. Curtis to George Bird Grinnell at one of the most dangerous volcanoes in the world, Mount Rainier. The photographer met the American Indian anthropologist in 1898, the same year Curtis had received a gold medal in photography.

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No End to Its Trail


Downtrodden is the word that comes to mind while gazing at one of  James Earle Fraser’s most famous artworks. A fatigued horse, head lowered and tail between his legs, carries a rider

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True West Site Guide


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