an attempt to elude their pursuers, the enemy selects high rocky
ground. But while crossing a small stream, they leave their prints
in the soft wash.
of this print, Griffing wrote, "18th century historians have given
us detailed accounts of the Woodland Indians, their culture and
their involvement in the eastern conflicts. But their true image
has always eluded us. I hope that my attempt to accurately portray
these people will create an awareness of a much neglected part of
our heritage." Seneca Scouts, released in 1991, is Griffing's first
print of the Eastern Woodland Indian. The edition size is very low
with only 225 signed and numbered prints and 25 artist proofs.