|Title||EMIGRANT TRAIN BEING ATTACKED BY THE INDIANS|
|Artist||F. Pedretti's Sons|
|Dimensions||H-84 W-132 inches|
|Medium||Oil on canvas|
Mural depicting an attack on a wagon train. The center of the image is dominated by a man, with rifle raised, mounted on a black horse. There is a man crouched behind a downed horse in the lower left corner, and a dog in the lower right. In the middle ground there are additional figures and a covered wagon. There are mounted American Indians, in the background on the right side of the image.
Wagon train attacks represent a common motif in Western art. Although such assaults were commonly feared and did sometimes occur in Montana, they do not constitute a frequent aspect of the state's emigrant history.