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Black Elk's Great Grandson By James Bama

Black Elk´s Great Grandson by James Bama

Clifton DeSerca, a Sioux, lives and works in the modern world but has strong ties to the last days of the free-roaming horseback Native American of the plains. His great-grandfather was Black Elk, a Sioux holy man whose autobiography is considered one of the most important pieces of Native American literature. As a young man, Black Elk participated in the battle of the Little Big Horn. In his older years, he told his story to John G. Neihardt who translated it into the classic Black Elk Speaks. DeSerca serves his people by being involved in a reservation outreach program working with alcoholics. He is portrayed here wearing a Sioux headdress and a historic shirt from the trading-post period.

Black Elk´s Great Grandson by James Bama was released in October of 2006 as a signed and numbered limited edition of only 100 giclee canvas's They have a 20 x 20 image size and priced at $sold out. Western and native American Sioux Indians in art for sale. All artwork is professionally boxed and insured and guaranteed to arrive in mint condition. Western Art on sale by artist James Bama.

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