Martin Grelle45" x 60"
A group of Shoshone leaves camp at daybreak to hunt game for the table. Their new horses, acquired in a trade with the Ute, greatly extend their range and so improv their productivity. In winter the women of the village can not gather fruits, vegetables or grains. Although they could store some dried fruits and vegetables, eventually these run out. Dried meat also runs out depending on the severity and length of the winter. That left the hunters as the village's sole source of food. it was a big responsibility. Item # AA041