They're Up Palouse Creek

Tracking the Coalition of Five Tribes...Southeastern Washington -1858
by Artist Frank M. Thomas

Original Art Canvas, 8 sq. ft. (30" x 40") by Artist Frank M. Thomas - Artist's collection

 Historical Background:    A Pre Civil War horse soldier operation leading up to the last major battle of the Indian Wars in the Northwestern part of the United States.

Late April 1858, Eastern Washington Territory: On the trail of Yakima, Spokane, Palouse and Coeur d' Alene Indians during the Coeur d' Alene War. Friendly Nez Perce' Indian scouts pick up the trail along Palouse Creek, for Lieutenant Colonel Edward Steptoe's 1st Dragoon horse soldiers.
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15" x 20" (signed and numbered by artist - ready to frame)......................$42.00


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