Drawings of Native American tribes by Austrian artist Franz Hölzlhuber while he was traveling in the United States.
Franz Hölzlhuber was an Austrian visitor to the United States from 1856 to 1860, who stayed for a while in Milwaukee before
he traveled around Wisconsin, Canada and the Mississippi River Valley. While traveling he sketched his observations and took
notes on what he saw. Some of his drawings were published in various periodicals including Harper's monthly. After his return
to Austria, he used his sketches for lectures and further drawings and paintings.
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