Printed, lower left margin: Catlin del. on Stone by Mc. Gahey [the period is directly under the superscripted c]; printed, lower right margin: Day & Haghe Lithrs. to the Queen [the period is directly beneath the superscripted rs];printed, lower center margin: No. 25. / WI-JUN-JON. / AN ASSINEBOIN CHIEF. / (From Catlin's N. A. Indian Collection.) [the period is directly beneath the superscripted o in No.]; printed, lower left margin: Going to Washington.; printed, lower right margin: Returning to his home.
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"The European Tour," George Catlin and His Indian Gallery, The Autry Museum, 2004
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Mielke, Laura L. Moving Encounters: Sympathy and the Indian Question in Antebellum Literature. Amherst: University of Massachusetts Press, 2008.
Miller, David R. and John Beierle, "Assiniboine," eHRAF World Cultures. Yale University.
Rodnick, David. "Political Structure and Status among the Assiniboine Indians," American Anthropologist. 39 (1937) 408-416.
"Who was Louis Haghe?"
Possibly from a large, New Jersey private collection of Western American art; sold to the Old Print Shop, New York, New York, about 2013; sold to present collection, 2014.
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