Prospectors Among the Blackfeet by Howard Terpning
For good reason, the Blackfoot Indians were wary of the encroaching white man, and when they found evidence of his incursion onto their lands, they took note.
In Prospectors among the Blackfeet, a traveling group of warriors stops at the sight of a prospector’s gold pan and other accoutrements, carelessly left behind in a shallow stream. What these braves value is far different from what the owner of the gold pan sought, and the inevitable clash of cultures worked its eventual way to its historical conclusion.
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