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Slow Bull

This is a “pencil” of “Slow Bull.” Born in 1844, Slow Bull was an esteemed Oglala sub chief and warrior who valiantly fought in numerous battles with the Kootenai, Blackfoot, Pawnee, Shoshone, and Apsaroke. A band of the Lakota or Teton Sioux tribe, the Oglala inhabited the North American Plains and Prairies west of the Missouri River, and were primarily hunters. The photo used for reference was taken by Edward Sheriff Curtis, circa 1890s. S/N Prints available in 250 Qty. Reference photos made available by the Buffalo Bill Historical Center, Cody, WY.

Edition of 250.

Original is available. $600.00

Inquire today about purchasing the original. Call 307-899-2052 or email

Measures: 7.3″ x 9.5″

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