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 George Catlin - “Thank God, it is over, that I have seen it and am able to tell it to the world.”
 George Catlin - “I have visited forty-eight different tribes, the greater part of which I found speaking different languages, and containing in all 400,000 souls.”
 George Catlin - “I have seen him set fire to his wigwam and smooth over the graves of his fathers... clap his hand in silence over his mouth, and take the last look over his fair hunting ground, and turn his face in sadness to the setting sun.”
 George Catlin - “A Crow is known wherever he is met by his beautiful white dress, and his tall and elegant figure the greater part of the men being six feet high.”
 Don Catlin - “I knew it was a matter of time.”
 George Catlin - “An Indian's dress of deer skins, which is wet a hundred times upon his back, dries soft and his lodge also, which stands in the rains, and even through the severity of winter, is taken down as soft and as clean as when it was first put up.”
 George Catlin - “Thank God, it is over, that I have seen it and am able to tell it to the world,”
 George Catlin - “No tragedian ever trod the stage, nor gladiator ever entered the Roman Forum, with more grace and manly dignity, than did Four Bears as he arrived for his sitting.”
 George Catlin - “The several tribes of Indians inhabiting the regions of the Upper Missouri, and of whom I spoke in my last Letter, are undoubtedly the finest looking, best equipped, and most beautifully costumed of any on the Continent.”
 Don Catlin - “It was very clear to me that DSHEA was created in order to give the supplement manufacturers a huge shield so they could distribute steroids and all kinds of things, which I thought was wrong.”
 Don Catlin - “It's obfuscation. There is no attempt to be clear and concise and to describe the product for what it is.”
 George Catlin - “I have, for many years past, contemplated the noble races of red men who are now spread over these trackless forests and boundless prairies, melting away at the approach of civilization.”
 George Catlin - “The Missouri is, perhaps, different in appearance and character from all other rivers in the world there is a terror in its manner which is sensibly felt, the moment we enter its muddy waters from the Mississippi.”
 George Catlin - “The Crows are very handsome and gentlemanly Indians in their personal appearance and have been always reputed, since the first acquaintance made with them, very civil and friendly.”
 George Catlin - “The very use of the word savage, as it is applied in its general sense, I am inclined to believe is an abuse of the word, and the people to whom it is applied.”
 Wynn Catlin - “Diplomacy is the art of saying 'Nice Doggie' till you can find a rock.”