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Cigar Store Wooden Indian Maiden by Frank Gallagher 3 Footer

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This Cigar Store Wooden Indian Maiden by Frank Gallagher is 3 ft tall and carved from the Aspen wood of Colorado. A photocopy of the two page story highlighting the Gallagher family from the June 1998 Issue of Arizona Highways will be sent with each Gallagher Indian. Signed F. Gallagher on the back. Natural wood does get a crack here and there on occasion. It's natural and not a defect.

Shipping to be determined upon checkout with your zip-code. Due to geographical location, some charges may vary.

Cigar Store Indian Maiden by Frank Gallagher 3 Footer

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You've seen them at Trading Post, you've seen them at souvenir shops, now you have the opportunity to own your own "Cigar Store Wooden Indian". Carved by the same family that carved the very first one for a man that owned Gallaghers Furniture Store, back in the 1800's. A truly unique conversation piece, for home, office or store front. Own a piece of American heritage, a Frank Gallagher original sculpture.

"Wood Carvings" were first created after Native Americans introduced English settlers to tobacco in Virginia during the 1600s. Later, merchants put the sculptures outside their stores to show customers that they sold tobacco products.

Frank Gallaghers ancestor, one of the first wooden Indian carvers, started carving his Indians in the 1840's. His great, great grandson Frank is known to be one of approximately 12 true full-blooded Man-Dan Indians still living. Unfortunately, the Man-Dan village was infected by small pox which practically wiped out the entire tribe. Frank's ancestor however, was away from the village at the time, working for a furniture maker. The furniture maker's name was Samuel Gallagher. Following the custom of Indian laborers of that era, Frank took his employer's last name as his own. One of the original Wooden Indians are on display in the Smithsonian Institute. The Gallaghers continue the art of carving as their ancestor would want it; the old way - the right way - by hand.

Aspen wood from Colorado is the preferred raw material for the creations of the Gallaghers. A photocopy of the two page story highlighting the Gallagher family from the June 1998 Issue of Arizona Highways will be sent with each Gallagher Indian.


*Note*
Note: Natural wood does get a crack here and there on occasion. It's natural and not a defect.
Shipping to be determined upon checkout with your zip-code. Due to geographical location, some charges may vary.
On this item please allow 2-5 business days for processing.
3-6 weeks for delivery (Due to each one being handmade).
Any questions please call us at (800) 417-0024

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Additional Information
Native Made Yes
One of a Kind No
Artist Frank Gallagher
Tribe ManDan
Indian Size 3 Footers
Made in the USA with Pride!

We understand the true value and nature of hand crafted Indian art. And, we recognize that it is important to know that the artist is truly a member of a Native American tribe. So, to ensure you that this is the real deal, a Certificate of Authenticity has been included with this item.

CERTIFIED AUTHENTIC NATIVE AMERICAN

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