An Indian Winter
Culled from the journal of a German prince and the paintings of a Swiss artist, a chronicle of the historic journey these men undertook together into Indian territory in 1833 describes the flourishing native cultures they encountered on the way.
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The Prince and the Painter
The People of the First Man
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