Poor Crane, Chief of the Cayuses

Olin Levi Warner American

On view at The Met Fifth Avenue in Gallery 765

"Poor Crane, Chief of the Cayuses" was one of seven portraits of Native Americans that Warner modeled in 1891 while in Oregon. At that time, Ya-tin-ee-ah-witz, or Poor Crane, was living on the Umatilla Reservation in northeastern Oregon and was chief of the Cayuse.

Poor Crane, Chief of the Cayuses, Olin Levi Warner (American, West Suffield, Connecticut 1844–1896 New York), Bronze, American

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