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Accession Number: NA.507.18

Date : ca. 1900

Dimensions: doll length: 7 in

Credit Line: Gift of Lucile M. Wright

Remarks: Ritual and Recreation: Toys. Stuffed female doll and horse. Doll has tanned dress. Horse is tanned hide with saddle. Bead decoration on dress, overlay beaded decoration on boot moccasins, and on saddle bags, horse neck decoration. Black painted spots on horse. Horse hair braids on doll and name on horse.

Synopsis: doll and horse- Northern Plains- horse- hide- hair- cloth- Beads- deer- pigment- trade- seed- tanned- spots- Ritual and Recreation: Toys. Stuffed female doll and horse. Doll has tanned dress. Horse is tanned hide with saddle. Bead decoration on dress, overlay beaded decoration on boot moccasins, and on saddle bags, horse neck decoration. Black painted spots on horse. Horse hair braids on doll and name on horse.

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