When white settlers began to migrate into the Ohio country, the Ohio River became a primary artery for travel. Since the Ohio was wider and generally more navigable than most Eastern rivers, canoes and bateaux were soon replaced by larger and more stable flatboats. As more and more newcomers penetrate Indian Territory, Shawnee warriors watch and wonder at the implications this has for their rapidly fading way of life.
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Image Size: 16" x 20"