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Wounded buffalo

Alfred Jacob Miller - Wounded Buffalo between 1858 and 1860 watercolor on paper Dimensions × cm × in) Commissioned by William T.

Alfred Jacob Miller - Wounded Buffalo - Walters 37194056 - American frontier

Alfred Jacob Miller - Wounded Buffalo - Walters 37194056 - American frontier

Indians on Green River / Alfred Jacob Miller - oil  kp

Indians on Green River / Alfred Jacob Miller - oil kp

Dr Thomas Walker

Thomas Walker and the Opening of Kentucky

May 16, 1843: The Great Migration of 1843 commences. Somewhere between 700 and 1000 settlers packed their wagons and began the first major wagon train for Oregon.

May The Great Migration of 1843 commences. Somewhere between 700 and 1000 settlers packed their wagons and began the first major wagon train for Oregon.

George Catlin, Karl Bodmer and Alfred Jocob Miller and others Indians Hunting Buffalo

George Catlin, Karl Bodmer and Alfred Jocob Miller and others Indians Hunting Buffalo

Alfred Jacob Miller Snake and Sioux Indians on Warpath oil on canvas, 1856 Thomas Gilcrease Museum ♥♥♥

Alfred Jacob Miller Snake and Sioux Indians on Warpath oil on canvas, 1856 Thomas Gilcrease Museum

Blackfeet on the Warpath / Alfred Jacob Miller - oil on canvas kp

Blackfeet on the Warpath / Alfred Jacob Miller - oil on canvas kp

Hidatsa Village, Earth-Covered Lodges, on the Knife River

Hidatsa Village, Earth-covered Lodges on the Knife River, 1810 Miles Above St.

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