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    Chief Low Dog: A Fabulous Huge D. F. Barry Photo. The photo itself measures 7" x 13.5" and captures with remarkable clarity the fierce expression on the tomahawk-wielding Sioux warrior. Although Low Dog did surrender along with Gall in 1880, he was unrepentant and bragged of having killed many soldiers at Little Big Horn. In captivity at Fort Buford he kept a low profile, but was described as "a real bad Indian." "Copyrighted D. F. Barry" stamped into lower right-hand corner of the photo, which is in good condition with minor soiling. Original mount has Barry's printed bio of Low Dog on back.

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    June, 2014
    14th Saturday
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