A (leader) of the Oglala Oyuhpe band, lived during a time of great transition, when many Lakota, Dakota, and Nakota people first witnessed the arrival of non-Indians. He was the brother-in-law of the well-known Chief Red Cloud and by many accounts was called upon by Red Cloud to be his spokesman. Around 1884 Red Dog created fifty-two crayon drawings. Similar pictographs in rock art most often recount events of war against an enemy or horse raiding against other tribes.
Lakota men also painted their exploits in this manner on their tipi dwellings. 32" x 20" x 3. Please ask as many questions as you can or ask for more photos if you are not decided. So many people are returning items because do NOT FIT in their room. We are an antique store not Amazon.
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