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Friends of Remington

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It was in this year and in this village in this state that Frederic Remington was born.


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For a short period of time, Frederic Remington enrolled himself in the Fine Arts Program at this university where he enjoyed boxing and playing football.


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Remington fell in love with and married her.


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After Remington’s father died, Remington received an inheritance and involved himself in these three businesses in Kansas.


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  • Remington succumbed to an early death at this age and from this cause.


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Remington is best known for portraying these (5) themes in his artwork.


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This was Remington’s first sculpture cast into bronze. It took him less than a year to complete.


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Remington developed skills as an artist, first as an ________, then as a _________, and finally succeeding as a _______.


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Remington worked for several magazines, these two being his most prominent employers.


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After first trying the Sand Casting process through the Henry-Bonnard Bronze Company, Remington switched to this foundry and this casting process. Both foundries were of

New York.


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Remington became great friends with this man, whose titles and accomplishments span from Assistant Secretary of the Navy to 33rd Governor of New York, to 26th President of the United States.


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This U.S. Lieutenant and friend of Remington’s is depicted rescuing a Buffalo Soldier in the painting The Rescue of Corporal Scott.


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  • This friend of Remington’s wrote The Virginian, the first American Western.


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Remington was a role model to his apprentice, a woman who may have finished his last sculpture, The Stampede, at the bequest of Eva.


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  • This fellow artist and friend of Remington’s was the man who suggested that Remington try sculpture.


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Remington enjoyed visiting this region of New York State where he kept his island summer home Ingleneuk.


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  • Remington travelled with the 9th and 10th cavalry and 24th and 25th infantry, which comprised this group of the military.


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  • Remington travelled through Arizona working for Harper’s chasing this Apache Warrior.


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  • Remington worked as a correspondent in this war, resulting for him his famous painting Charge of the Rough Riders.


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  • Remington travelled to this country with Julian Ralph, the result of the trip apparently being a mounted moose head and the painting Antoine’s Cabin.


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  • This is the name of the 200 year old mansion.


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  • This is the river that the mansion overlooks.


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  • In the lobby of the mansion, there is a stained glass light shade over the main desk, as well as a grandfather clock. The two pieces were designed by this company.


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  • The mansion has this type of column supporting the porch.


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  • These are the inscriptions above the fireplace in the lobby of the mansion.


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  • Remington’s Life

  • 100- It was in this year and in this village in this state that Frederic Remington was born: What is 1861 in Canton, NY.

  • 200- For a short period of time, Frederic Remington enrolled himself in the Fine Arts Program at this university where he enjoyed boxing and playing football: What is Yale.

  • 300- Remington fell in love with and married her: Who was Eva Caten.

  • 400- After Remington’s father died, Remington received an inheritance and involved himself in these three businesses in Kansas: What were a sheep farm, a hardware store and a saloon.

  • 500- Remington succumbed to an early death at this age and from this cause: What was 48 and peritonitis or appendicitis.


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  • Art

  • 100- Remington is best known for portraying these (5) themes in his artwork: What were the military, cowboys, Indians, horses, and the west.

  • 200- This was Remington’s first sculpture cast into bronze. It took him less than a year to complete: What is the Broncho Buster.

  • 300- Remington developed skills as an artist, first as an ________, then as a _________, and finally succeeding as a _______: What were illustrator, painter, and sculptor.

  • 400- Remington worked for several magazines, these two being his most prominent employers: Who were Colliers and Harper’s.

  • 500- After first trying the Sand Casting process through the Henry-Bonnard Bronze Company, Remington switched to this foundry and this casting process. Both foundries were of New York: Who was Roman Bronze Works and what was Lost Wax.


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  • Friends of Remington

  • 100- Remington became great friends with this man, whose titles and accomplishments span from Assistant Secretary of the Navy to 33rd Governor of New York, to 26th President of the United States: Who was Theodore “Teddy” Roosevelt.

  • 200- This U.S. Lieutenant and friend of Remington’s is depicted rescuing a Buffalo Soldier in the painting The Rescue of Corporal Scott: Who was Powhaten Clarke.

  • 300- This friend of Remington’s wrote The Virginian, the first American Western: Who was Owen Wister.

  • 400- Remington was a role model to his apprentice, a woman who may have finished his last sculpture, The Stampede, at the bequest of Eva: Who was Sally James Farnam.

  • 500- This fellow artist and friend of Remington’s was the man who suggested that Remington try sculpture: Who was Frederic Ruckstull.


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  • Remington’s Travels

  • 100- Remington enjoyed visiting this region of New York State where he kept his island summer home Ingleneuk: What is Chippewa Bay, or the 1000 Islands, or the Saint Lawrence River Valley.

  • 200- Remington travelled with the 9th and 10th cavalry and 24th and 25th infantry, which comprised this group of the military: African Americans or Buffalo Soldiers.

  • 300- Remington travelled through Arizona working for Harper’s chasing this Apache Warrior: Who was Geronimo.

  • 400- Remington worked as a correspondent in this war, resulting for him his famous painting Charge of the Rough Riders: What was the Spanish American War.

  • 500- Remington travelled to this country with Julian Ralph, the result of the trip apparently being a mounted moose head and the painting Antoine’s Cabin: What is Canada.


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  • The 200 Year Old Mansion

  • 100- This is the name of the 200 year old mansion: What is the Parish Mansion.

  • 200- This is the river that the mansion overlooks: What is the Saint Lawrence.

  • 300- In the lobby of the mansion, there is a stained glass light shade over the main desk, as well as a grandfather clock. The two pieces were designed by this company: Who is Tiffany’s.

  • 400- The mansion has this type of column supporting the porch: What is Ionic.

  • 500- These are the inscriptions above the fireplace in the lobby of the mansion: What are “Good Friends, Good Cheer, Good Fire.”


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