In The Captivity Of The Sioux

Lurid depictions of settler women taken captive by Native Americans have a tradition in American arts and letters as old as the North American settlement project itself. This pulp illustration is firmly in that tradition:

white woman in Indian attire kneels in bondage during a confrontation between her Sioux captors and her rescuing cavalryman and lover

From the February 1967 issue of Adam magazine.

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