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Pima Indians conveying a silver train
Pima Indians conveying a silver train
Frederic Remington
Acquisition Number: 36_OW
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Harper’s Weekly, January 15, 1887. The Pima were a friendly people with great farming skills. They sold food to emigrants and gold seekers, served as scouts for the U.S. Army, and were trusted partners in transporting valuable minerals from the mines

Reproduction Size: 20 x 30