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Charles M. Russell

May 2024
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For twenty years Charles M. Russell was a working cowhand, riding the
Montana range, wrangling the horses and singing to the herds at night. One long winter he lived with the Blood Indians, across the border in Alberta. Russell liked the Indians and keenly felt the tragedy of a proud warrior people left helpless before the engine of industrial civilization.

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