Medicine Painter: George Catlin on the Upper Missouri, 1832.  (Narrative: Page 3)

He Who Has Eyes Behind Him. ŠUCDP 1997. University of Cincinnati Libraries. He Who Has Eyes Behind Him (Eeh-tow-wees-ka-zeet) (Plains Cree (Paskwawininiwug)). Plate 30. Catlin. The Manners, Customs and Condition of the North American Indians. London, 1892. Archives & Rare Books Department, University Libraries, University of Cincinnati.

The other delegate on board was the Plains Cree He Who Has Eyes Behind Him (also known as Broken Arm). He was not popular with the traders -- that is, he was not considered a "good" Indian, but he survived. He went to Washington, decided the White Man’s ways were not for him, and returned to maintain the old ways with his people.

 
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