Native American Indians c.1855 lot x 12 tinted litho views American West Sarony
Native American Indians c.1855 lot x 12 tinted litho views American West Sarony Native American Indians c.1855 lot x 12 tinted litho views American West Sarony Native American Indians c.1855 lot x 12 tinted litho views American West Sarony Native American Indians c.1855 lot x 12 tinted litho views American West Sarony Native American Indians c.1855 lot x 12 tinted litho views American West Sarony
$ 495.00

Lot of twelve (12) excellent tinted color lithographed prints. All feature nice views of Native American Indians, often in large groups.

Among the first published views of these western sites and the region in general. Still largely under valued and appreciated, an important visual artifact issued during the expansion of the population within the country as it moved westward.

Titles include:

Cantonment Stevens, Looking Westward.
Chemakane Mission.
Fort Okinakane.
Nez Perces.
Awaiting the Return of Mr. Tinkham.
Fort Owen-Flathead Village.
Lieut Crovers Despatch - Return of Governor Stevens to Fort Benton.
Camp Red River Hunters.
Distribution of Goods to the Assiniboines.
Fort Union, and Distribution of Goods to the Assinniboines.
Council with White Man's Horse.
Distribution of Goods to the Gros Ventres.

(Western United States- Oregon)

Issued 1855-60, by U.S. Gov. for the Exploration for Pacific Railroad route survey between St. Paul & Puget Sound under the direction of Isaac Stevens.

Lithographed NY by Sarony, Major & Knapp.

Paper and images remain clean and well preserved with a fine patina and visual appeal.

Sheets measure c. 8 1/4 "H x 11 1/2" W.

Printed areas measure c. 5 3/4"H x 8 3/4"W.

[V360-R15238]