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Native American Painted Buffalo Robe: Little Big Horn Battle

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Native American Painted Buffalo Robe: Little Big Horn Battle

Mike goes on to say, "This pictograph shows the troops that made up the five companies that Lt. Col. George Armstrong Custer had with him that day."

"There are three notable characters that were found with Custer after the battle had ended late on the 26th in 1876, those being Lt. W.W. Cooke who is on his knees to the left of Custer. Earlier, Lt. Cooke had written a message to Capt. Benteen, it said, Bring packs, big village, be quick, P.S. Bring packs. Lt. W.W. Cooke."

Mike summarizes with, "To Custer's right is his brother Capt. Tom W. Custer who is running to his aid after being shot in the left breast."

Whether this really happened or not is left up to the viewers imagination.

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Additional Information

Artist Michael McLeod
Art-Style Native American Art
Tribal Association Chippewa, Bad River Band
Dimensions Length 70 | Width 75 inches
Dimensions (metric) Length 177.8 | Width 190.5 cm
Details All measurements are approximate.
Product ID demmc554