Buffalo Hunt - Victorian illustration - Illustration

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Stock illustration ID:157525512
Upload date:December 01, 2012

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A British Victorian illustration from 'The Graphic' newspaper, 1881. It portrays the Marquis of Lorne at a buffalo hunt during his term as Governor-General of Canada. The Marquis (J. D. S. Campbell) visited the Canadian West in 1881, where he and his party visited towns throughout Manitoba and the North West Territories, travelling much of the way in wagons over rough, unsurveyed land in an eventful and perilous journey. On 5 September, a herd of buffalo was sighted and three of them were killed by some of the riders of the party. This was one of the last buffalo hunts of the plains.
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