|Several Hundred of the Enemy Went Thundering Past
|FES Title:||Several hundred of the enemy went thundering past that outer end of our line. I thought we were about to meet our end right there.|
|Size:||36″H x 25″W|
|Published:|| Schultz, James Willard. “William Jackson, Indian Scout.” The American Boy, April 1926: 19.
caption: Several hundred of the enemy went thundering past that outer end of our line
Schultz, James Willard. William Jackson Indian Scout. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1926: frontispiece.
|Inscription:||ll: F.E.S. / ’25|
|Commentary:||This image was painted over #1263 and later destroyed by the artist. (day books)|