River Crossing with Buffalo
Courtesy Leonard McKay

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The following description of Cooper's works is from a catalog of an exhibit of his work at the Triton Museum in Santa Clara, ". . . Cooper's paintings also captured the vastness of the North American landscape and its then untouched beauty, preserved by the Indians who lived in harmony with nature."

Well, It's pretty darn easy to be in harmony with nature if you don't have internal combustion engines. I hardly think we can give credit to the Indians for the unspoiled landscapes. If they had dune-buggies and leaf-blowers I warrant they would have used them just as much as the horrid European invaders - who after all were only following Manifest Destiny.



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