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Scalptanz der Mönnitarris Danse du scalp des indiens Meunitarris / / dessiné d'après nature par Ch. Bodmer ; gravé par Ch. Vogel.

Scalptanz der Mönnitarris Danse du scalp des indiens Meunitarris / / dessiné d'après nature par Ch. Bodmer ; gravé par Ch. Vogel.

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description

Summary

Print shows large group of Hidatsa Indians engaged in a ceremonial dance.
Title from item.
Tab. 27.
Blind stamp: C Bodmer.
Karl Bodmer traveled the American west between 1832 and 1834 as an artist accompanying Prince Maximilian's expedition; prints were pulled between the late 1830s and early 1840s for publication.
Exhibited: "Rivers, Edens, Empires : Louis & Clark and the Revealing of America" at Joslyn Art Museum, Omaha, Nebraska ; North Dakota Museum of Art, Bismark, North Dakota ; Museum of History and Industry, Seattle, Washington, 2004-05.

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Date

01/01/1840
person

Contributors

Bodmer, Karl, 1809-1893, artist
place

Location

Plains Farm54.88559, -1.41518
Google Map of 54.8855862, -1.4151811
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Source

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Copyright info

No known restrictions on publication in the U.S. Use elsewhere may be restricted by other countries' laws. For general information see "Copyright and Other Restrictions..." (http://lcweb.loc.gov/rr/print/195_copr.html)

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