Subject: Native American Indians Dimensions (inches): 20 x 16 Medium: Oil on Canvas Description: The Eastern Woodland Indians were in constant need of fresh meat. The skins of animals were also needed to sell or barter to the best advantage for other necessities. Native American men were responsible for supplying the game for their families. As hunters their labors were difficult and severe in the extreme. Their bodies had to be strong and agile to enable them to pursue the chase and bear the unavoidable hardships that often resulted from their exertions. Many dangerous accidents befell them and many men eventually suffered from illnesses like rheumatism or consumption of the lungs. Neither creeks nor rivers, even if they were deep or frozen over with ice, could be an obstacle for the hunter when it pursuit of a woodland deer, bear or other animals running away from him at full speed.
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