|The Moon Was Mounting
|FES Title:||The moon was mounting among the cloudy hills of the sky|
|Size:||38″H x 26″W|
|Published:|| Skinner, Constance Lindsay. “Roselle of the North.” The American Girl, April 1927: 29.
caption: The moon was mounting the cloudy hills of the sky now–sometimes sailing brightly like a silver bird between black and white peaks. They bore down on the island slowly, beating the drum, which sounded like a war drum, and chanting snatches of the Sioux War Song.
|Inscription:||ll: F.E. Schoonover /’27|
|Comments:|| digital of magazine image: 7/06/06
|Commentary:||Painted over #1449; see #1536alt for altered version. The date of alteration is unknown.|