Whiskey Smugglers by Howard Terpning
Whiskey was white man’s curse upon the Native American People. While it appeared to induce a state of euphoria that prefaced dreams and visions, its cold hard reality resulted in drunkenness and despair. The empty promises and broken treaties of the white man led to his stealing of the land; whiskey strove to steal the Native American’s soul.
In Whiskey Smugglers, Howard Terpning brings his storyteller skills to play as a group of Indian braves stops to watch and listen to a fine spiel, one promising much but delivering little.
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