In the 1800s and early 1900s, Indians enthralled the American public. Easterners were infatuated with stories of the frontier, and prints of chiefs and tribesman in authentic Indian dress were popular. These posters were some of the first to portray Indians with dignity and grace. Their bold colors and strong imagery reveal everyday life in the early United States -- an age when Native Americans still roamed freely across the American frontier. These posters are timeless pieces of Americana.

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