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Seth Eastman

April 2024
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As a young Army officer, who had received his art instruction at West Point, Seth Eastman was assigned in 1830 to Fort Snelling, near the present site of Minneapolis. During his ten years in the Sioux country he made a record of Indian life, including this picture of the Indian game which the French called lacrosse.

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