NORTH AMERICAN PLAINS INDIANS: TALL AND ROBUST MEAT EATERS, BUT NOT A MILK DRINKER AMONG THEM

George Catlin, the famous chronicler of American Indians, circa 1832, glowingly used these words to describe the Crow Tribe, “They are really a handsome and well-formed set of men as can be seen in any part of the world. There is a sort of ease and grace added to their dignity of manners, which give them the air of gentlemen at once. I observed the other day, that most of them were over six feet high . . .” “It is but to paint a vast country of green field, where the men are all red – where meat is the staff of life . ..”

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