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Accession Number: NA.504.38

Date : ca. 1890

Dimensions: L: 16.75 in, width: 9.5 in, quilled section: 6 in

Remarks: Ritual and Recreation: Smoking and Narcotics. Tanned, single row of black plastic beads along top edge and bead border down each side to lazy stitch beaded panel in open door tipi and geometric design, Wrapped quillwork tassles below panel with buckskin fringe attached.

Synopsis: pipe bag- Northern Plains- Sioux- hide- plastic- quills- Beads- Buckskin- deer- black- Tassles- lazy stitch- fringe- seed- porcupine- wrapped- tanned- geometric- open door tipi design- Ritual and Recreation: Smoking and Narcotics. Tanned, single row of black plastic beads along top edge and bead border down each side to lazy stitch beaded panel in open door tipi and geometric design, Wrapped quillwork tassles below panel with buckskin fringe attached.

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