A beautiful piece of western art and living history by Frank Gallagher. Wood Carvings were first created after Native Americans introduced English settlers to tobacco in Virginia during the 1600s. Later, merchants put the sculptures outside their stores to show customers that they sold tabacco products. Frank Gallaghers' ancestor, one of the first wooden Indian carvers, Samuel Gallagher started carving his Indians in the 1840's. His great, great grandson Frank is known to be one of approximately 12 true full-blooded Man-Dan Indians still living.
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