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Following The Herds - Crow Indians By Frank McCarthy

Following the Herds - Crow Indians by Frank McCarthy

During the 1860's and early 1870's, four great herds of buffalo roamed the Great Plains. Called the Northern, Republican, Arkansas and Texas herds, the great shaggy beasts numbered in the millions until the white buffalo hunters annihilated the herds, destroying the Plain Indians' livelihood.

The Crow Indians depicted here lived a nomadic life, following the seasons and the life cycle of the buffalo. So intertwined with the buffalo's existence are their lives that they worshiped him as a deity with the sun, moon and the earth.

Across Montana, Northern Wyoming and Southern Canada, the Crow followed the Northern herd, keeping a way of life they have known for thousands of years.

Following the Herds - Crow Indians by Frank McCarthy is available as a Signed And Numbered Limited Edition Paper Print with a 13-1/4 x 33 Image Size. Sold out. They are in mint condition and have never been framed. Artist Frank McCarthy's Western art prints on sale. We are a full service custom picture frame shop and can build a design to meet any style or budget. Order yours today. All artwork is professionally boxed and insured and guaranteed to arrive in mint condition. All of the prints have been hand signed and numbered by Western Artist Frank McCarthy.

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