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NA.108.152.1
Crow | Northern Plains | Aps...
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NA.108.152.1 | ca. 1850 | H: 20.75 in, width: 21 in | The Paul Dyck Plains Indian Buffalo Culture Collection, acquired through the generosity of the Dyck family and additional gifts of the Nielson Family and the Estate of Margaret S. Coe | Bison rawhide shield cover painted with tanned hide cover embellished with painted bison, eagle feathers, bison tail, and snow geese feathers. Shield and cover by same artist in Peabody Museum, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA. | NA.108.152.1-.2.jpg | NA.108.152.JPG | shield cover | snow goose feather | sinew | glass beads | bison rawhide | porcupine quills | wool cloth | pigment | tanned hide | golden eagle feathers | bison tail | Crow | Northern Plains | Apsáalooke

NA.403.105B/C
Apsáalooke | Crow | Montana...
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NA.403.105B/C | ca.1895 | Gift of Irving H. "Larry" Larom Estate | Transportation: Land Transportation. Red wool beaded flaps on stirrups, cross design in green, dark blue, blue, light blue, red white hearts and orange outlined in white on pink ground; white edge beading. | na.403.105.jpg | na.403.105.jpg | Diamond | triangles | cross | stirrups | wool | wooden | Beads | Apsáalooke | Crow | Montana

NA.203.1763
Apsáalooke | Crow | Montana...
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NA.203.1763 | ca. 1880 | width: 10.25 in, L: 41 in | The Paul Dyck Plains Indian Buffalo Culture Collection, acquired through the generosity of the Dyck family and additional gifts of the Nielson Family and the Estate of Margaret S. Coe | Two (2) pieces of very thin, light colored tanned hide, bound together at top with hand stitched cotton thread, a third piece of tanned hide (12 ½”L) in a long triangle shape. The two long pieces each have round mirrors attached (1 3/8” dia.) attached as well as bunches of red and blue ribbon strands. Six (6) mirrors on RFP and three (3) ribbon bunches. LHP has four (4) mirrors and three (3) ribbon bunches. A small section of hide has been reattached to the upper right side with blue cotton thread. The long triangle section also has the majority pointed end reattached with same blue cotton thread. | NA.203.1763.JPG | NA.203.1763.v1.JPG | bandolier | satin ribbon | cotton thread | mirrors | tanned hide | Apsáalooke | Crow | Montana

NA.403.234
Northern Plains | Apsáalook...
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NA.403.234 | ca. 1870 | H: 11.5 in, width: 7.25 in | The Paul Dyck Plains Indian Buffalo Culture Collection, acquired through the generosity of the Dyck family and additional gifts of the Nielson Family and the Estate of Margaret S. Coe | Matched pair of stirrups with wooden base, sides and arch covered with rawhide, wetted and formed to fit then sewn on with sinew. Outer decorative side has light blue seed beads sewn into the rawhide outlining shape of side and center division; sinew cut out of two sides with red wool inserted. Decorative flap added. First portion is tanned hide sewn with heavy sinew to base, then fully beaded with white seed beads on perimeter with nine (9) vertical rows of beads in varying widths: rose/pink, bright blue, translucent red, turquoise blue, dirty yellow - repeat reverse of colors on other side. Lower flap is red wool cloth, backed with plain cotton cloth, edged and finished in dark blue silk trim. Brass bells on lower edge of flap. | na.403.234.jpg | NA.403.234v3.jpg | na.403.234v2.jpg | stirrups | glass beads | cotton thread | wood | sinew | silk ribbon | rawhide | wool cloth | brass bells | Cotton cloth | Northern Plains | Apsáalooke | Crow | Montana

NA.202.1326
Apsáalooke | Crow | Norther...
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NA.202.1326 | ca. 1885 | L: 36.5 in, width: 8.5 in | The Paul Dyck Plains Indian Buffalo Culture Collection, acquired through the generosity of the Dyck family and additional gifts of the Nielson Family and the Estate of Margaret S. Coe | Man's legging numbered as (a) and (b). Tanned elk hide cut diagonally with incorporated ties, and hanging extra flaps, and all self fringed. Side seamed. Crow style beadwork strips on sides. Human hair and yellow dyed horse hair bundles along bead strips on the seam. 4" W red wool strips with some beadwork and edged in white pony beads around self fringed cuffs. Blue daubs of pigment all along inside (recto & verso) of hide portion - beginning at top of bead strips. 3 ½" W strips are 3 solid rectangles of turquoise blue with 2 interior boxes in diamond design in sky blue, intersected with red line and pink/blue inset, with the perimeter area in dirty yellow, outlined in dark blue& white. Strips are outlined in alternating red, white and green for length of strip. Strips overlap the red wool on the cuff. Bead strips may be embroidered on bison hide. | na.202.1326.jpg | leggings | cotton thread. | dyed horse hair | pigment | human hair | tanned bison hide | tanned hide | glass beads | wool cloth | Apsáalooke | Crow | Northern Plains

NA.203.407
Apsáalooke | Crow | Norther...
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NA.203.407 | ca.1880 | L: 50.125 in, width: 6.25 in | Chandler-Pohrt Collection, Gift of the Pilot Foundation | Dress and Adornment - Personal Adornment and Ritual Regalia. Blanket strip - leather with bead decoration, three roundels with red wool centers and two pieces of leather hanging from it; beaded in pink, turquoise, blue and white without other beading around them; three beaded panels between roundels; diamond design with bars in turquoise, dark blue, red, yellow on pink and white ground also with blue and green. | NA.203.407.JPG | na.203.407.jpg | NA.203.407.jpg | Diamond | blanket strip | Beads | wool | leather | Apsáalooke | Crow | Northern Plains | Crow Indian Reservation, Montana

NA.202.65
Apsáalooke | Crow | Montana...
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NA.202.65 | ca. 1900 | sleeve length: 19.375 in, L: 43 in, shoulder to shoulder: 26 in | The I.H. Larry Larom Collection of Plains Indian Ethnology | Dress and Adornment: Daily And/Or/ Festive Adornment. Woman's -- Red wool with green yoke and neck band, sleeve band and hem band. Yoke outlined with white overlay bead decoration and blue and yellow beaded border and horizontal stripes. Tan cloth strips at bottom of sleeves and hem. Imitation elk teeth covering half of dress and complete covering sleeves. | na.202.65v2.jpg | na.202.65v1.jpg | NA.202.65.jpg | stripes | dress | Beads | cloth | overlay | Red | seed | blue | green | elk | wool | tan | teeth | White | imitation | yellow | trade | Apsáalooke | Crow | Montana | Northern Plains

NA.403.16
Apsáalooke | Crow | Montana...
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NA.403.16 | ca. 1890 | side panel length: 36.75 in, side panel width: 3.25 in, overall width: 15.5 in | Catherine Bradford McClellan Collection, Gift of The Coe Foundation | Transportation: Land Transportation. Tanned buckskin back and tie thongs. Red wool background, two side stripes with overlay bead decoration in geometric design with black cloth and white bead border. Square front panel with overlay beading in geometric design. White bead border, three brass bell shaped danglers attached with twisted rawhide strips below panel. Finger tip tabs on side strips with round brass bells and black cloth tassles. | na.403.16.jpg | NA.403.16.jpg | geometric | martingale | horse neck decoration | wool | glass beads | seed | cloth | bells | brass | deer | Tradecloth | tanned | hide | Apsáalooke | Crow | Montana

NA.202.349
Apsáalooke | Montana | Crow...
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NA.202.349 | ca. 1890 | bodice length: 13 in, sleeve length: 10 in, bodice width: 12 in, L: 17 in, shoulder to shoulder: 13 in | Gift of Hon. and Mrs. William Henry Harrison | Dress and Adornment: Daily And/Or Festive Adornment. Boy's -- Buckskin with self fringe under arms, along sides and on bottom edge of shirt. Applique bead panels (rectangular blocks in red, blue and yellow outlined with single row of white beads) on sleeves and front and back of shoulders. "V" shape tab on front and back of neck with blue bead border and red wool triangular shaped inset. Attached fringe along sleeve edge and "V" tab edges. | NA.202.349.JPG | na.202.349v1.jpg | na.202.349v2.jpg | NA.202.349.jpg | triangular inset | rectangular blocks | shirt | applique | blue | deer | wool | cloth | trade | White | hide | fringe | Red | yellow | seed | bead | Apsáalooke | Montana | Crow

NA.202.1414
Apsáalooke | Montana | Crow...
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NA.202.1414 | 1875-1925 | width: 1 in, L: 67.25 in | The Paul Dyck Plains Indian Buffalo Culture Collection, acquired through the generosity of the Dyck family and additional gifts of the Nielson Family and the Estate of Margaret S. Coe | Woman's belt. Commerical leather belt with metal buckle, beaded for 31" on recto of belt in three (3) sections light blue seed beads on borders; central design area is box panels in short vertical rows of red, bordering a yellow box with green square insert with white dividing lines, and long, loose strands of light blue on either side of central panel. Bright blue vertical rows on either end. Brass tack design in four (4) unbeaded panels. Final 22"L of belt has been split in two thin sections and covered with brass tacks, a trailer. | NA.202.1414.jpg | belt | commercial leather | brass tacks | glass beads | commercial metal buckle | cotton thread | Apsáalooke | Montana | Crow

NA.702.40
Montana | White Swan | Crow ...
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NA.702.40 | ca. 1887 | L: 37.25 in, width: 70.5 in, mount length: 41.5 in, mount width: 75 in | The Paul Dyck Plains Indian Buffalo Culture Collection, acquired through the generosity of the Dyck family and additional gifts of the Nielson Family and the Estate of Margaret S. Coe | piece of muslin with approximately 13 vignettes depicting native men and non-native Calvary. Teepees, horses, weaponry, and war accoutrements drawn on utilizing outlines of pen and/or pencil and detailed with red, yellow, blue, brown and various pigments. Pencil signature lower right "White Swan Reno Scout" | NA.702.40.v1 (M).jpg | NA.702.40_detail.jpg | painted muslin | pigment | muslin | Painting on Muslin Mee-nah-tsee-us (White Swan) (ca.1851-1904), Apsáalooke (Crow), Montana, ca. 1887 Muslin, watercolor, pencil, ink NA.702.40 In 1876, Mee-nah-tsee-us, also known as White Swan, enlisted as a U.S. Army Scout, serving first in the 7th Infantry and later with the 7th Cavalry. On June 25th, 1876, White Swan and other Crow Scouts fought the Lakota and Cheyenne in the Little Big Horn Valley under Major Marcus Reno. Wounded during the battle, he suffered from deafness throughout his life, but recorded his bravery and war deeds through paintings on hide, muslin, and paper. | Montana | White Swan | Crow Agency | Apsáalooke | Crow | Mee-nah-tsee-us (White Swan)

NA.106.984
Montana | Apsáalooke | Nort...
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NA.106.984 | ca.1890 | H: 1.5 in, width: 14 in, L: 27.5 in | The Paul Dyck Plains Indian Buffalo Culture Collection, acquired through the generosity of the Dyck family and additional gifts of the Nielson Family and the Estate of Margaret S. Coe | Rawhide envelope, thin profile with one pair of holes in center of top flaps with tanned hide strip for closure. Three (3) pairs of holes on interior flaps with three hide strips for closure. Painted design runs vertically top to bottom and slightly over the edges. Green outline border, with hourglass shape in center of two stacked triangles set on elongated box on either side. Bold, large designs in dominant red, blue, green, yellow and some turquoise blue. Verso is plain. Paired with NA.106.985. | NA.106.984.v2.jpg | NA.106.984.v1.jpg | parfleche | pigment | tanned hide | rawhide | Montana | Apsáalooke | Northern Plains | Crow

NA.111.69
Montana | Apsáalooke | Nort...
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NA.111.69 | early 20th century | width: 8.25 in | The Paul Dyck Plains Indian Buffalo Culture Collection, acquired through the generosity of the Dyck family and additional gifts of the Nielson Family and the Estate of Margaret S. Coe | Long, oblong wooden board slightly rounded each end, covered in pieced canvas, two pieces in center area overlap to form a cocoon-like bag. Four pieces of 7"L beaded (on) hide - two on each side - overlap and tie to surround the cloth bag. Heavily beaded 9 ¾" L overlay on top of board, and 5" L beaded overlay on bottom section. 9"L fringe inserted/sewn into canvas on the upper semi-circle board; 7"L fringe on bottom rounded section. Beaded areas have seed bead design in typical Crow style geometric patterns hourglasses, squares, triangles, lines. Also includes faceted and basket beads in dark blue and green. Others are peacock blue, turquoise blue, rust orange, rose, pink, red, med. blue, yellow, dark green, light green, and white. The flaps are edged in dark blue faceted beads in lace style. Plain canvas verso, with leather strap all the way through the board and canvas for carrying. | na.111.69.jpg | cradle | wood | cotton thread | glass beads | tanned hide | commercial canvas | Montana | Apsáalooke | Northern Plains | Crow

NA.202.1330
Apsáalooke | Crow | Norther...
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NA.202.1330 | 1920s | L: 29.5 in, width: 13 in | The Paul Dyck Plains Indian Buffalo Culture Collection, acquired through the generosity of the Dyck family and additional gifts of the Nielson Family and the Estate of Margaret S. Coe | Pair of leggings numbered (a) and (b). Wool cloth bottom-panel style leggings. Green wool cloth folded in half with white non-dyed edge used as border on the sides. Machine stitched at an angle to create a downward rectangle shape pointing downward to top of fully beaded bottom-panel, then 3 leather ties inside. Machine sewn edges (all) fully done in red and purple layered ribbon, but most of ribbon is gone. Long wool (37"L) and cotton (20"L) ties sewn in at the unfinished tops. Wool tie were also edged with red/purple ribbons. Identical beaded panels (8"H x 14"W) - sewn onto dark blue cloth then attached- each have 4 panels of maroon cloth that could be polyester based? - if not cotton. Light blue faceted seed beads are base with 2 segments of 3 dark blue triangles anchoring 4 maroon triangles inset in white bar. Center design is 2 dark green stripes inset with 2 dark blue tipis, 1 orange stripe with dark blue triangle and up/down arrows. | na.202.1330.jpg | leggings | glass beads | Green wool cloth | polyester | silk ribbon | Cotton cloth | cotton thread | Apsáalooke | Crow | Northern Plains

NA.403.288
Apsáalooke | Crow | Montana...
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NA.403.288 | ca. 1890 | L: 38 in, wide at widest point: 16.5 in | The Paul Dyck Plains Indian Buffalo Culture Collection, acquired through the generosity of the Dyck family and additional gifts of the Nielson Family and the Estate of Margaret S. Coe | Martingale made in three parts. Commercial canvas between layer of blue cotton cloth on verso, and red wool pieced on recto in several places. All edges are finished in blue wool with cotton thread. Two long outer pieces, 38"L x 3¼" W, bound with five small hides strips to one center piece, 9 ¾" W x 12" L. Side panels each have four (4) beaded sections (3" x 3") - directly on the canvas. Two (2) are: majority pink with geometric diamond pattern inside of dark blue outer, cut by yellow line vertically, and center horizontal line of green majority, red, turquoise blue, repeat - outline in single line of white. Other two (2) are same pattern different colors: majority pink background, medium green diamond, intersected by translucent pink vertical line, and cut horizontally with light green majority, red, turquoise blue, repeat, with single white line outline. Three other beaded panels are red wool background, outlined in white beads, with 5 ½"L, thin narrow triangle, outlined in white, horizontally stripes. Two (top and bottom) are beaded in: dark blue, turquoise blue, red heart, light green, pink, repeat. One (center) is: medium blue, dark blue, red heart, dirty yellow, repeat. Top section is plain red wool. Bottom segment is pieced red wool with top edge in four brass buttons, outlined in white, and cut in a deep "V". Lower two have brass button sewn on upper portion and lower portion. Center panel is edged in red wool, with piece of wool attached to bottom edge - 2"L x 9 ½" W - hand stitched and beaded with translucent clear beads wrapped around the seam and on bottom edge. Main body of panel is white seed bead outline, single line of black beads on vertical sides, then majority pink with geometric, stylized hourglass designs. Majority, center, is light green hourglass with thin vertical line in black with two striped segments of pink (top and bottom) and dark green (center). Either side of center design center triangle with narrow triangle on top and bottom. Majority red heart with horizontal line of medium blue, outlined with dark black and narrow outline of turquoise border. | NA.403.288.jpg | martingale | commercial canvas | wool cloth | tanned hide | brass buttons | glass beads | cotton thread | Cotton cloth | Apsáalooke | Crow | Montana

NA.202.1185
Northern Plains | Apsáalook...
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NA.202.1185 | ca.1870 | shirt width: 30 in, shirt width: 42 in, sleeve to sleeve: 60 in, shirt length w/tab: 32 in, shoulder to shoulder: 27 in | The Paul Dyck Plains Indian Buffalo Culture Collection, acquired through the generosity of the Dyck family and additional gifts of the Nielson Family and the Estate of Margaret S. Coe | ermine, horsehair, leather, painted, 1383, tears, good | l.312.2006.1340.jpg | l.312.2006.1340v2.jpg | NA.202.1185v1.jpg | NA.202.1185v2.jpg | na.202.1185.jpg | na.202.1185v2.jpg | NA.202.1185.v1.jpg | NA.202.1185.v2.jpg | shirt | shirt | porcupine quills | glass beads | human hair | pigment | tanned deer hide | ermine | wool cloth | Horse Hair | Nimiipu (Nez Perce) Plateau, ca. 1870 Tanned deer hide, ermine fur and hide, glass beads, pigments, human hair, wool cloth, porcupine quills. The Paul Dyck Plains Indian Buffalo Culture Collection Acquired through the generosity of the Dyck family and additional gifts of the Nielson Family and the Estate of Margaret S. Coe | Northern Plains | Apsáalooke | Crow

NA.507.129
Apsáalooke | Big Day, Mary ...
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NA.507.129 | 2008 | Plains Indian Museum Acquisitions Fund | Crow woman doll on horse with saddle, cradle and lance case, Mary Lou Big Day, Heywood Big Day, Derek Big Day; Crow, Pryor, Montana, 2008. Tanned hide, rawhide, hair, glass beads, wool cloth, pigment, wood, fur. | NA.507.129.jpg | lance case . | horse | cradle | saddle | woman | doll | Red Birch | glass beads | wood | rawhide | pigment | tanned hide | wool cloth | Apsáalooke | Big Day, Mary Lou | Big Day, Derek | Crow | Pryor, Montana | Big Day, Heywood

NA.202.1313
Northern Plains | Apsáalook...
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NA.202.1313 | ca. 1890 | L: 14 in, width: 7.25 in | The Paul Dyck Plains Indian Buffalo Culture Collection, acquired through the generosity of the Dyck family and additional gifts of the Nielson Family and the Estate of Margaret S. Coe | Girl's leggings. Red wool with unfinished selvedge used as design element at top, seamed and with 2 pieces added to create the overlay at top of legging. Beaded tanned hide strips in turquoise, pink rectangles bordered in red, green and dirty yellow on the bottom portion, with wool overlapped on the bottom seam. 6 brass buttons on inner edge by beads and tanned hide strips strung through to tie on legging. | na.202.1313ab.jpg | leggings | brass button | glass beads | tanned hide | wool cloth | cotton thread | Northern Plains | Apsáalooke | Montana | Crow

NA.108.15
Crow | Apsáalooke | Norther...
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NA.108.15 | ca. 1860 | Diameter: 20 in | Adolf Spohr Collection, Gift of Larry Sheerin | Utensils and implements - Fighting (could also be used for ritual ceremonies). Shield and cover - tanned, rawhide shield and buckskin cover with black painted animal figure and lines on front. Tassels of blue glass beads and golden eagle feathers attached. | na.108.15.JPG | NA.108.15.jpg | na.108.15.jpg | painted | Animal | cover | shield | feathers | paint | glass beads | tanned deer hide | golden eagle feathers | Buffalo rawhide shields and their tanned hide covers provided both physical and spiritual protection for warriors in battle. Following dreams or visions, warriors painted their shields and covers with symbols of such sacred powers as birds, bears, buffalo, the moon, stars, thunder, and lightning. On this shield cover, the painted image of the grizzly bear, with its powerful jaws, teeth, and claws, would have protected its owner by bestowing the bear’s strength and fearlessness on him as he went into battle. | Crow | Apsáalooke | Northern Plains

NA.102.289
Apsáalooke | Crow | Big Day...
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NA.102.289 | April 2016 | L: 12.5 in, width including fringe: 11.75 in, H: 1 in, width without fringe: 4.75 in | Museum purchase, Plains Indian Museum Acqusitions Fund | Beaded knife case, deer rawhide sheath and tanned hide. Geometric design on front of case in pink, cobalt, light blue, white, green, red, and "greasy" yellow glass beads sewn with cotton thread; backed with red wool cloth. Tanned hide fringe attached to lower edge. | NA.102.289 verso.JPG | NA.102.289.JPG | knife case | tanned deer hide | deer rawhide | glass beads | cotton thread | wool cloth | Apsáalooke | Crow | Big Day, Derek

NA.108.160
Apsáalooke | Northern Plain...
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NA.108.160 | ca. 1870 | Diameter: 19 in | The Paul Dyck Plains Indian Buffalo Culture Collection, acquired through the generosity of the Dyck family and additional gifts of the Nielson Family and the Estate of Margaret S. Coe | Rawhide (probably cow or deer hide - due to its thinness) shield tightly covered with painted hide cover. Shield is covered with ochre, and has tanned hide tie through the front of shield. Cover has red wool cloth attached along the top (3"W x 18"L), tied through with 7 short hide pieces and three brass bells in the center. Eleven (11) dark thin feathers (raven, magpie?) tied into center of red wool. Tanned hide cover has ½"W black vertical stripes along bottom 2/3s and on upper 1/3. Fine green horizontal lines run across cover about 1/3 down. Two (2) green and black stylized bear paw w/claws are set to the left in upper black stripes and lower right in lower black stripes. Perimeter is ¾" W green stripe, with finer black stripe on either side. In the center of shield is cut out of stylized grizzly bear (Crow style) 7 ¼" L painted blue with bundle of split and yellow dyed owl feathers. One, tied-off, tanned hide strip is sewn through the left middle side of cover, nothing attached. Seven (7) eagle feathers are attached along lower half. Two (2) have bases wrapped in wool cloth and stitched with cotton thread. | na.108.160.jpg | NA.108.160.jpg | shield | sinew | pigments | tanned hide | rawhide | wool cloth | magpie feathers | ochre | golden eagle feathers | brass bells | owl feathers | Apsáalooke | Northern Plains | Crow

NA.202.1262
Montana | Apsáalooke | Crow...
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NA.202.1262 | ca. 1890 | L: 10 in, width: 5 in | The Paul Dyck Plains Indian Buffalo Culture Collection, acquired through the generosity of the Dyck family and additional gifts of the Nielson Family and the Estate of Margaret S. Coe | Women's moccasins with fold over ankle cuffs and wrap ties. Fully beaded on vamp to heel with floral design, and a stripe border near sole. Minimal bead loss on both toes. Excellent condition overall. | NA.202.1261&.1262.jpg | NA.202.1262.jpg | na.202.1262.jpg | MoccasinWheel1.jpg | MoccasinWheel3.jpg | MoccasinWheel2.jpg | Moccasins | tanned hide | glass beads | cotton thread | Montana | Apsáalooke | Crow | Northern Plains

NA.403.105A
Crow | Apsáalooke | Norther...
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NA.403.105A | ca.1895 | Gift of Irving H. "Larry" Larom Estate | Transportation; Land Transportation: Saddle: Wooden frame covered with rawhide and cloth; metal rings on cinch; beaded wool flap on one end, canvas backing; diamond and triangle design in green, dark blue, yellow, red, turquoise oulined in white on pink ground, light blue edge beading; canvas flap on opposite end decorated with red wool and red and orange embroidery thread; red wool beaded flaps on stirrups, cross design in green, dark blue, blue, light blue, red/white hearts and orange outlined in white on pink ground; white edge beading. | NA.403.105.JPG | NA.403.105A.jpg | na.403.105a.jpg | triangle | Diamond | saddle | rawhide | wood | cloth | Crow | Apsáalooke | Northern Plains | Montana

NA.202.1344
Apsáalooke | Crow | Blackfo...
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NA.202.1344 | ca. 1890 | wide at top: 10.5 in, width at center: 8.5 in, L: 28.5 in | The Paul Dyck Plains Indian Buffalo Culture Collection, acquired through the generosity of the Dyck family and additional gifts of the Nielson Family and the Estate of Margaret S. Coe | Tanned hide cut diagonally across top, self fringed (9-11" L) on outer edge. Narrow bottom cuff finished in red wool cloth, and finished with leather tie. Ermine tubes inserted into the outer edge with much lighter colored leather ties. Ermine tubes are finished off on top with teal yarn and red on bottom. 2 ¾" W beadstrip added on edge, recto. Background in light blue with 3 sets of geometric designs in pink, yellow and green, outlined in dark blue. Hourglass on bottom of strip in same colors. Three (3) ¼" W stripes along bottom portion, that wrap around legging. Cloth ties sewn into the top of legging. | na.202.1344.jpg | leggings | Cotton cloth | ermine | glass beads | tanned hide | wool cloth | commercial yarn | cotton thread | Apsáalooke | Crow | Blackfoot