Change of Command by Howard Terpning
A proud and victorious warrior holds aloft the flag of a formidable enemy nation. After the Civil War, the Sioux, Cheyenne, and Arapaho tribes worked together to attack both civilian and military U.S. targets, focusing upon those that intersected with their network of trails in and around Fort Laramie.
“In 1865, the Powder River Expedition was sent to quell the violence but was routed in several engagements by superior forces that numbered as high as two thousand warriors”
Howard Terpning has a way of capturing the Native American culture — he is one of the most well known Native American painters in the world.
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