Little Bighorn prints by William Nelson
Ten 26x20" color artistic prints by William Nelson, signed and numbered. The prints depict the Battle of Little Bighorn, otherwise known as the Battle of the Greasy Grass or Lt. Colonel George Custer's Last Stand, which took place at the Little Bighorn River in Montana Territory in 1876 between U.S. Calvary troops and Lakota, Northern Cheyenne, and Arapahoe warriors. The prints were created for the centennial anniversary of the battle.
- Nelson, William, 1942- (Artist, Person)
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1 folder (1 oversize folder) ; 59 x 90 cm
RH PH P2826(ff)
Immediate Source of Acquisition
Transfer, University of Kansas Natural History Museum, 1995.
- Guide to the Little Bighorn Prints Collection
- Little Bighorn prints by William Nelson
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Little Bighorn prints by William Nelson, RH PH P2826(ff), Kenneth Spencer Research Library, University of Kansas