"Re-Riding History: From the Southern Plains to the Matanzas Bay is a curatorial project composed of works on paper by seventy-two contemporary Native and non-Native artists who were invited to respond to events associated with the capture, relocation, three-year imprisonment, and forced acculturation of seventy-two Plains Indian warriors at Fort Marion, St. Augustine, Florida, from 1875-1878"--page 7.
Re-riding history / Emily Arthur, Marwin Begaye, John Hitchcock -- Essays -- From the southern plains to the Matanzas Bay: an artistic and historical point of reference / Phillip Earenfight -- Re-riding history: from the southern plains to the Matanzas Bay, 2008-2018 / Emily Arthur -- "The great hurt": pathways to survival / Nancy Marie Mithlo -- Buffalo meat's price current and re-riding history / Phillip Earenfight -- Catalogue -- Contributors -- Acknowledgements
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