(1848) By the Evening of the Third Day, We Had Made Two Medicine River

 
1848
By the Evening of the Third Day, We Had Made Two Medicine River
 
FES Title:   By the evening of the third day we had made Two Medicine River and camped a mile or two below the trail through the pass.
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Date:   05/14/1931
Size:   30″H x 38″W
Medium:   oil-cotton-canvas
Type:   illustration
Published:   Schultz, James Willard. “The Peace Trail.” The American Boy–Youth’s Companion, August 1931: 7.
caption: By the evening of the third day we had made Two Medicine River – and found a good camping place.
Inscription:   ll: FES / ’31
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Comments:   DAM scan 1/13/06; index

Commentary:   This image is painted over #1440. (day books)
Provenance:   Private collection
     
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