George Catlin

1796-1872

 

Manners, Customs and Conditions of the North American Indians

 

 

Written during 8 years of travel among the Indians.

Date: 1841, First Edition, two volumes

Medium, Colored lithography

Size: 4 ¾" x 6 ¾"  

         6 ¾" x 4 ¾" 

Condition: Very good unless otherwise noted

 

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Image 3 and 4

Image 3 and 4

$45 Pl 3: Fort Union Pl 4: View of the Missouri River

Image 5 and 6

Image 5 and 6

$45 Pl 5: Beautiful Prairie Bluffs above the Poncas Pl 6: Prairie Bluffs

Image 24, 25, 27, 27

Image 24, 25, 27, 27

$65 Pl 24: Chah-ee-chopes, Four Wolves Pl 25: Oo-je-en-a-he-ha, Woman Who Lives in a Bear's Den Pl 26: Dunk-pits-a-hoe-shee, Red Bear Pl 27: Paris-ka-roo-pa, Two Crows, the younger

Image 37 and 38

Image 37 and 38

$45 Pl 37: The Brick Kilns, Clay Bluffs above St. Louis Pl 38: The Brick Kilns, a faw view

Image 41 and 42

Image 41 and 42

$45 Pl 41: The Grand Dome Pl 42: Community of Prairie Dogs

Image 43 and 44

Image 43 and 44

$45 Pl 43: Solitary Clay Bluff Pl 44: The Three Domes, a group of clay bluffs above the mandans

Image 50, 51, 52, 53

Image 50, 51, 52, 53

$65 Pl 50: Mah-tahp-ta-ha, He Who Rushes through the middle Pl 51: Seehk-hee-da, Mouse Colored Feather Pl 52: Sha-ko-ka, Mint Pl 53: Mi-neek-e-sunk-te-ca, Mink

Image 65b

Image 65b

$30 Pl 65b: Robe of Mah-to-toh-pa

Image 67

Image 67

$85 Pl 67: Bull Dance for the Great Spirit to send the buffaloes

Image 67

Image 67

$85 Pl 68: Cutting Scene Rights of Passage for young warriors

Image 73 and 74

Image 73 and 74

$65 Pl 73: Minatures Chief Son of Black Moccasin Pl 74: The Midday Sun decendant of chief

Image 75

Image 75

$85 Pl 75: Green Corn Dance Feast giving thanks to the great spirit for a good harvest of corn

Image 80

Image 80

$75 Pl 80: Arikara Village of earth-covered lodges above St. Louis

Image 83 and 84

Image 83 and 84

$65 Pl 83: He Who Stikes from the Little Mandan Village Pl 84: Sweet Scented

Image 85

Image 85

SOLD

Image 86

Image 86

$75 Pl 86: One Horn, head chief of the Miniconjou

Image 87 and 88

Image 87 and 88

$65 Pl 87: Smoke Sioux Chief Pl 88: Pure Fountain

Image 89 and 90

Image 89 and 90

$65 Pl 89: Mong-Shong-Shaw, Bending Willow Pl 90: Hongs-kay-de, Great Chief, con of Smoke

Image 92, 93, 94, 95

Image 92, 93, 94, 95

$65 Pl 92: Tchan-dee, Tobacco Pl 93: Toh-ki-e-to, Stone with Horns Pl 94: Wi-looh-tah-eeh-tchah-ta-mah-nee, Red Thing That Touches in Marching Pl 95: Ychon-su-mons-ka, Sand Bar, wife of the trader, Francois Chardon

Image 99

Image 99

$65 Pl 99: Indian Weapons

Image 101

Image 101

$45 Pl 101: Preparing Scalps

Image 117 and 118

Image 117 and 118

$65 Pl 117: Blackbird's Grave Pl 118: Floyd's Grave

Image 119 and 120

Image 119 and 120

$65 Pl 119: Grassy river bluffs above St. Louis Pl 120: Grassy river bluffs above St. Louis

Image 127 and 128

Image 127 and 128

$65 Pl 128: Prairie Bluffs Burning Pl 127: Prairie Meadow Burning

Image 133, 134, 135, 136

Image 133, 134, 135, 136

$65 Pl 133: The Wolf Chief Pl 134: Little White Bear Pl 135: Man of Good Sense Pl 136: No Fool

Image 140 and 141

Image 140 and 141

$65 Pl 140: Buffalo Bull-Pawnee Pl 141: The Big Elk Chief of Wolf Pawness

Image 147 and 148

Image 147 and 148

$65 Pl 147: Beautiful savannah in the pinewoods of Florida Pl 148: Seminole family drying fish on Santa Rosa Island

Image 163

Image 163

$55 Pl 163: Comanche Warriors with white flag receive Dragoons

Image 168, 169, 170, 171

Image 168, 169, 170, 171

$65 Pl 168: Ee-shah-ko-nee, Bow and Quiver, First Chief Pl 169: Ta-wah-que-nah, Mountain of Rocks, Second Chief Pl 170: Ish-a-ro-yeh, Carries Wolf Pl 171: Sa-wah-tam-ah, Wolf Tied with Hair

Image 174, 175, 176, 177

Image 174, 175, 176, 177

$65 Pl 174: We-ta-ra-sha-ro, Very Old Chief Pl 175: Sky-se-ro-ka, Second Chief Pl 176: Kah-kee-tsee, The Thighs Pl 177: She-da-a, Wild Sage

Image 178, 179, 180, 181

Image 178, 179, 180, 181

$65 Pl 178: Teh-toot-sah, Head Kioway Pl 179: Bon-son-gee, The New Fire Pl 180: Quay-ham-kay, Stone Shell Pl 181: Wun-pan-to-mee, White Weasel and her Brother, Tunk-aht-oh-ye, Thunderer

Image 182 and 183

Image 182 and 183

$65 Pl 182: Smoked Shield, Kioway Tribe Pl 183: He who Fights with a Feather, Chief of Wico tribe

Image 185, 186, 187, 188

Image 185, 186, 187, 188

$65 Pl 185: Kee-an-ne-kuk, The Foremost Man Pl 186: Ah-ton-we-tuck, Cock Turkey Pl 187: Go-to-kow-pah-a, He Who Stands by Himself Pl 188: Wa-pon-je-a, The Swan

Image 189, 190, 191, 192

Image 189, 190, 191, 192

$65 Pl 189: On-saw-kie, The Sac Pl 190: Na-pow-saw, Bear Traveling in the Night Pl 191:Kee-mon-saw, Little Chief Pl 192: Wah-pe-seh-see-Mother of Little Chief

Image 197, 198, 199, 200

Image 197, 198, 199, 200

$65 Pl 197: Ni-co-man, The Answer, A Chief Pl 198: Non-on-da-gon, A Chief Pl 199: Ee-tow-o-kaum, Both Side of the River Pl 200: Wanu-naw-con, The Dish, John W. Quinney

Image 201, 202, 203, 204

Image 201, 202, 203, 204

$65 Pl 201: Bread Talented Speaks English, Oneidas Tribe Pl 202: Chief Cusick, Kuskarora Tribe Pl 203: Warrior of the Senecas Pl 204: Hard Hickory, warrior

Image 210½

Image 210½

$65 Pl 210 ½: Drawings of specimens in the Catlin Museum Condition: Stain on lower right-hand corner

Image 215, 216, 217, 218

Image 215, 216, 217, 218

$65 Pl 215: John Ross, Chief of the Cherokees Pl 216: Cherokee Woman Pl 217: Chief Jol-lee, Leader of the Move to Ark Pl 218: The Black Coat

Image 230 and 231

Image 230 and 231

$45 Pl 230: Falls of St. Anthony Pl 231: Fort Snelling

Image 248 and 249

Image 248 and 249

$45 Pl 248: The Lover's Leap Pl 249: Pike's Tent

Image 250 and 251

Image 250 and 251

$45 Pl 250: Garlic Cape Pl 251: Cornice Rocks

Image 253

Image 253

$75 Pl 253: Prairie Du Chien

Image 264 and 265

Image 264 and 265

$45 Pl 264: Distant View of Mackinaw Pl 265: Sault Ste. Marie for the Canadian Shore

Image 276 and 277

Image 276 and 277

$45 Pl 276: Swan Lake Pl 277: Catching Muskrats

Image 281 and 282

Image 281 and 282

$65 Pl 281: Wife of Kee-o-kuk Pl 282: Favorite Son of Kee-o-kuk

Image 283, 284, 285, 286

Image 283, 284, 285, 286

$65 Pl 283: Muk-a-tah-mish-o-kah-kaik, Black Hawk Pl 284: Nah-se-us-kuk, Whirling Thunder, son of Black Hawk Pl 285: Wah-pe-kee-suck, White Cloud Pl 286: Wee-sheet, Sturgeon's Head

Image 305

Image 305

$75 Pl 305: Seminole Chief

Image 306

Image 306

$30 Pl 306: Decorations on Crow Robes in Catlins Collection

Image 310

Image 310

$30 Pl 310: An Indian song on Birch Bark

Image 311

Image 311

$30 Pl 311: Symbolic Writings and Totems

Image 312

Image 312

$45 Pl 312: A Mandan Robe in Catlin Collection

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