Print on Canvas
12" x 18"
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These carts were introduced to the plains by the Metis, or ‘mixed blood’ people. The ancestry of these people included primarily, French, Scottish, and English interblended with the peoples of Native America. As a result of these cultural connections, they were unaccepted by both, native and Caucasian cultures. These people were among the few who actually used the wheel, had notated music and books. They were predominantly Catholic. These carts were famous on the prairies for the noise the un-greased wheels made.
Each canvas print is mounted on stretcher bars, shipped flat, and ready for framing.