Included in this lot we have a 1883 chromolithograph titled "Fac-Similies of Indian Drawings". The piece shows two separate fac-similies, both done by Cheyenne Native American named Big Back and published by A. D. Worthington & Co. The first of the drawings show two different Indian courting scenes, both showing a couple in bright colors of red, blue, yellow, and some green. The second drawing shows 'General MacKenzie's fight with the Cheyenne, and the death of Lieutenant McKinney' the drawing also depicts the deaths of six Indian chiefs who's names are on the back of the piece. The front of the lithograph is marked with the name of the artist, titles of the drawings, and the name of the publisher. The back shows a list of teh lithographs and more information on the second drawing. The piece is in good condition overall with some slight wear on the frame. The frame measures 9" wide by 11 1/4" tall.
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