Appears in exhibition catalog as entry no. [not numbered]
A sylvan scene of many charms is WHITE BEAR LAKE, notwithstanding its rather unpoetical and inexplicable name--for the timid deer and gentle fawns enjoy the calm retreat, on the undulating shore of the Lake, undisturbed by thought of bears, either white, or black, or brown. [P. 7; exhibited under heading: "Section First."]
Scenes and Incidents of Stanley's Western Wilds. Washington: Printed at the Evening Star Office.