George Catlin and His <i>Indian Gallery</i>
Features portraits of Indigenous subjects painted by George Catlin, who traveled the United States during the 1830s to capture images of the "vanishing race". Includes biographical information, excerpts from his writings, general historical information and exercises to teach students to think critically about the works and the stereotypes found in them. Compares his portraits to photographs taken by Edward S. Curtis in the early 1900s.
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