A 1908 watercolor called “York” by C.M. Russell depicts a meeting between Chief Le Borgne and William Clark’s slave, York. The chief was trying to remove the color from York’s skin.
A 1908 watercolor called “York” by C.M. Russell depicts a meeting between Chief Le Borgne and William Clark’s slave, York. The chief was trying to remove the color from York’s skin. Courtesy Photo Idaho Statesman file
A 1908 watercolor called “York” by C.M. Russell depicts a meeting between Chief Le Borgne and William Clark’s slave, York. The chief was trying to remove the color from York’s skin. Courtesy Photo Idaho Statesman file