James Bridger and blood brother Eagle Strikes
Frontiersman Jim Bridger (left), and a Native American named Eagle Strikes, perform a blood brother ceremony in the name of peace. Original caption: He drew his knife and scratched his arm. Note: this Image illustrated an anecdote (perhaps fanciful rather than real) in a book about Jim Bridger and his adventures in the West.
Image ID: 001432
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Image size: 5.7 Mpixels (16.2 MB uncompressed) - 1892x3000 pixels (6.3x10.0 in / 16.0x25.4 cm at 300 ppi)
Image keywords: 1800s, 19th-century, American Indian wars, American Indians, Americas, Eon4738, EonBudget, James Bridger, Jim Bridger, Modern-Industrial, Mountain Men, Native Americans, New Mexico, Old West, People, United States, War-Conflict, West, Wild West, blood brothers, blood ceremonies, frontiersmen, peace, scouts, trappers, western expansion
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