From 1875-78, twenty-one Plains Indians held prisoner at Fort Marion near St. Augustine, Florida created a peerless collection of drawings and watercolors depicting their lives and cultures. Among the most prolific was Tichkematse (1857-1932) a.k.a. Squint Eyes, a Cheyenne man went on to work for the Smithsonian.

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