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Finding Aid - Maximilian and Karl Bodmer

ARCHIVES HOLDINGS:

10148  Paul Ewald
Folder 36 in Box 2 in the Paul Ewald Papers supplies information about Bodmer’s art.  Pamphlets in the folder provide information about both Maximilian and Bodmer’s time in North Dakota.

20929 Karl Bodmer
Karl Bodmer supplied the illustrations of the exploration with Maximilian.  This is one of his famous pieces titled, “Dance of the Mandan Women.” 

SUGGESTED READINGS:

Stevens, O.A., "Maximilian in North Dakota, 1833-34." North Dakota History, October 1961:163-169.
This article provides information about the time Maximilian spent in North Dakota at various fur trade posts.

 

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