|Crawling Through the Grass|
[pages missing from day books – assigned number]
|Size:||22″H x 38″W|
|Published:|| Schultz, James Willard. “Beaver Woman’s Vision.” The American Boy–Youth’s Companion, September 1935: 23.|
caption: The surround-attack was a dangerous game of the Blackfeet warriors. They spread out to approach the enemy by crawling through the grass.
|Inscription:||[none visible as published]|
|Commentary:||The composition with this day book number was overpainted with landscape #2303. Due to the missing day book pages, this number is assigned and this image may or may not be #2093.|