Circa 1875-1880. Depicting two warriors on horseback in combat. The warrior on the left wears a long feather headress and carries a pistol. The warrior on the right carries a bow case across his shoulder and holds an arrow in his left hand. "Kaw Indian" written in ink below.
On the reverse is written, "This drawing I purchased from George Terasaki in late 1960's early 1970 from George. This page is Southern Cheyenne, could be Northern Cheyenne. It was from a group of drawings from a loose book. This was in a photo of images produced in American Indian Art Magazine. The ad was from a Scottsdale dealer of Indian material, McClellan Brothers.
June 27, 2008"
Dimensions: 14 3/4" long x 6" wide.