The first photo was named

The first photo was named - The first photo was named Gus...

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The first photo was named “Gus pursured”. This picture was unusual because it had two photos that were related to each other in one frame. In the first picture there were about eight Native Americans with weapons on horses. They seemed to be chasing someone or something. What they were chasing was made evident when I looked at the second photo. In the second picture a man was on a horse was fleeing . The man also had a weapon and he was turning around on the horse and shooting at the Native Americans. I observed that the land was extremelly dry because of the amont of dust that was in the air from the horses running. After closely examining the two photos, I could assume that the man that was being chased was Gus. Hints the name “Gus pursued”.The title of the second photograph was “The end of Jake and the Suggs brothers”. This picture showed four men sitting on horses with nueces around their necks. There were also three other men standing in front of the horses to keep them from running off. It
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This note was uploaded on 11/25/2011 for the course ART 101 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '11 term at Texas State.

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