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Remington Schuyler's West: Artistic Visions of Cowboys and Indian

by Henry W. Hamilton, Jean Tyree Hamilton (Compiler)

Other authors: Brian W. Dippie (Afterword)

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In 1903, young Remington Schuyler (1884-19S5) grew restless at Washington University in Saint Louis and traveled to the Rosebud Sioux Reservation in South Dakota. Schuyler sketched the people and scenes around him and described his experiences in a series of vivid letters to friends and family. Schuyler began his art studies at Washington University in 1904. He portrayed Indians he had known in South Dakota. Schuyler's sympathetic and insightful articles on these traditional tribal leaders and their ways from Farm and Fireside are reprinted here, along with letters from his days out west and articles he wrote about ranch life.
2004 reprint of some of the original articles by Schyler for many magazines in the 1930s. 19 color plates and 50 photographs and sketches of Indians at Rosebud and the E-Bar Ranch in S.D.
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