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9 Route 183
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(1269) Ojibway Indian Spearing the Maskenozha (Pike)

1269
Ojibway Indian Spearing the Maskenozha (Pike)
FES Title: Indian and Canoe / “The Fisherman”
Alternate Titles: Spearing the Maskenozha
[1925]
Date: 10/16/1923
Size: 40.25″H x 30.5″W
Medium: oil-cotton-canvas
Type: illustration
Published: Popular Magazine, 20 May 1924: cover.
no caption

Swan, Oliver G., ed. Frontier Days. New York: Grosset & Dunlap, 1928: frontispiece.
caption: The Solitary Indian by His Skill and Cunning Won His Living from the Wilderness

______. Philadelphia: Macrae-Smith Company, 1928: frontispiece.
caption: [same as above]

Pitz, Henry C. “Frank E. Schoonover: An Exemplar of the Pyle Tradition.” American Artist, November 1964: 66.
caption: Illustration in oil of an Indian spearing pike

Schoonover, Frank E. The Edge of the Wilderness, edited by Cortlandt Schoonover. Toronto: Methuen, 1974: 144.
caption: Ojibwa Indian Spearing the Maskenozha (pike)

Schoonover, Cortlandt. Frank Schoonover, Illustrator of the North American Frontier. New York: Watson-Guptill Publications, 1976: 69.
caption: Ojibway Indian Spearing the Maskenozha (Pike)

Byrne, Deirdre. “Mosey on Down.” Life in the Finger Lakes, Winter 2005: 24.
caption: “Ojibway Indian Spearing the Maskenozha (Pike),” 1923, by Frank Earle Schoonover. Oil on canvas.

Cooper, James Fenimore. The Last of the Mohicans. New York: Grosset & Dunlap, n.d.: dust jacket.
no caption

Inscription: ll: Frank E. Schoonover / 1923
Annotations:
Exhibitions: 1925 Washington
Comments: NT 4×5 [2]; slide; index; edit
Commentary: This painting was painted over #1083.
Provenance: Sold by artist to Kennebec Camp, Maine [May 29, 1929]; American Illustrators Gallery, New York; The Rockwell Museum of Western Art, Corning, New York. Clara S. Peck Fund Purchase [1998]
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