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Historical Painting - Stagecoach Attacked Historical Vignette by Dawn Senior-Trask

Stagecoach Attacked Historical Vignette is a painting by Dawn Senior-Trask which was uploaded on July 20th, 2010.

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a vote for truly outstanding excellent piece !!such brilliant storytelling and movement love the way you have presented the scene so rich and so beautiful!!

A great shaped by history painting Dawn (fav)

beautiful feel of energy and life in this vivacious piece very vivid and such beauty you are so creative my friend and another fave!!

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Dawn you historical work is so imporetant please keep on creating

Yes, Duncan, this obviously is based on an old print, not a historical photo as are my other vignettes from the River Mural! A photographer would have to be quite a time traveller to snap this picture! The action depicted is very real to the history of this area, however, and many hair-raising accounts of those violent days survive, including that of a woman stage passenger who loaded firearms for the men as they fended off angry warriors.

Looks like an Americanized, Courier Imperial, by A. Shreyer.

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