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[Art] Early Portrayals and Accounts of the American Indian, From the Library of Richard Pohrt Jr.
4/4/2014 - American Indian Art: Live Salesroom Auction
lot of 4, includes:

Boehme, Sarah, Christian Feest, and Patricia Johnston. Seth Eastman: A Portfolio of North American Indians. Afton Historical Society Press: Afton, Minnesota. 1995. (hardcover)

Donnelly, Joseph. Wilderness Kingdom, Indian Life in the Rocky Mountains: 1840-1847. The Journals and Paintings of Nicolas Point, S.J. Holt Rinehart and Winston: New York. 1967. (hardcover)

Harper, J. Russell. Paul Kane's Frontier. University of Texas Press: Austin. 1971. (hardcover)

White, Leslie A. (ed.) Lewis Henry Morgan: The Indian Journals. 1859-62. University of Michigan Press: Ann Arbor. 1959.  (hardcover)


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From the Reference Library of Richard Pohrt Jr.


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