George Catlin’s Native American Portraits

"In the 1830s, George Catlin (1796–1872) packed his paintbrushes and trekked through remote Indian country in the Great Plains. Committed to documenting traditional Native culture, he visited more than 140 tribes and painted more than 325 portraits and 200 scenes of American Indian life."

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    The awesomeness of America’s natives, and the atrocities committed against them in the name of “Manifest Destiny”, is...
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    Wooooow okay. I don’t think I’ll be able to visit Australia. Sweet Jesus.