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Trailing Alfred Jacob Miller in the West
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TitleTrailing Alfred Jacob Miller in the West
AbstractAuthor Candy Moulton retraces the journey made by artist Alfred J. Miller from Independence, Missouri, to Daniel, Wyoming, 200 years after his birth. Miller accompanied Scotsman Captain William Drummond Stewart on his journey to a fur traders' rendezvous "that would occur on the Green River in what would become western Wyoming." Stewart wanted Miller to record the scenes along their way. They left Wayne City Landing, also called Independence Landing, the spring of 1837. Article notes that Miller's works will be exhibited at the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art from September 25, 2010, through January 9, 2011. Includes a map of the Miller and Stewart journey as well as a list of museums that hold Miller's works.
AuthorCandy Moulton
PhotographerJohn Lamberton
DateOctober 2010
SourceTrue West
LocationPeriodicals
Volume57
Number10
Page70-76
SubjectArtists
Fur trade
Paintings
Travel
Trails & paths
Local SubjectMiller, Alfred Jacob
Stewart, William D.
Overland Journeys
Independence Landing
Independence, Missouri
Wayne City Landing
IllustrationsYes
Item TypeMagazine Article
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CONTENTdm number39343
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