Helping Hand by John Buxton
Helping Hand shows that it’s pretty common to see things written about the conflicts between the Native Americans and the settlers, but friendships must have developed as well. Living on the frontier, they had to get along and trust one another in order to survive.
John was born and raised in the small town of Oxford, NC. From childhood, he excelled at drawing and painting. After two years of general college in his home state, he traveled to Los Angeles to earn his BPA degree in illustration from the Art Center College of Design.
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