Edition of 28
12” tall x 23” wide x 11” deep
This 1830’s Mandan buffalo dancer lived on
the upper Missouri River. When buffalo could
not be readily found, the chiefs and spirit
leaders would declare the buffalo dance to
begin. The dancers wore buffalo heads and
head dresses over their heads and danced
with their favorite weapon. The dance never
failed, but the dance would last day and night
incessantly until the buffalo came.
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