CHIEF GOOSE (Maga), by Orlando Scott Goff, at Bismarck, D.T., late-July 1881.
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13 7/16 x 7 1/16 POP print mounted on rough-edged gray paper, in turn mounted on a heavy 21 3/4 x 11 14/16 board with gray-green border. “Copyright D.F.BARRY” stamped into picture., ”BARRY” embossed on mount. ”Chief Goose” inscribed beneath print.and ”Chief Goose/ Sioux Indian” in pen verso. Superior Wis. label on verso. A band chief in Sitting Bull's camp of exiles in Canada, 1876-1881, this portrait was made when the surrendered expatriates stopped at Bismarck, on the steamboat trip from Fort Buford to Fort Yates. Barry’s cropped copy is fine.
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