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NA.202.411
British Columbia | Lelooska ...
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NA.202.411 | ca. 1968 | Dress and Adornment: Daily And/Or Festive Adornment. Mask/headdress carved by Lelooska. Raven design, with black, dark green, rust highlights. Poly chromed wood with cedar bark strips and down plums. Lower jaw moves. ---In the manner of the northwest coast. ---Dance costume. | NA.202.411.JPG | raven design | mask | wood | fibers | feathers | paint | cedar | British Columbia | Lelooska | Kwakiutl | Canada | style

NA.106.165
Fraser River | Thompson Rive...
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NA.106.165 | unknown | H: 6.75 in, L: 15.75 in, width: 6.5 in | Utensils and implements - Household. Fraser River Tray - woven red cedar with open weave beargrass design on two sides of rim. Black and brown butterfly designs on sides are done with wild cherry bark. || Coiled basket on a bundle foundation. Design is imbricated. Unfinished basket (Bryn Potter: 7/2013- AMD). | NA.106.165.JPG | butterfly | bear grass | tray | wild cherry bark | bear grass | cedar root | Fraser River | Thompson River | Salish | British Columbia

NA.502.152
Haida | British Columbia | t...
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NA.502.152 | ca. 1800s | H: 8.5 in, width: 1.75 in, depth: 1.75 in | Ritual and Recreation: Ritual, Curing and Cult Objects. Small totem pole carved from black stone; three animal figures one on top of another. ---Model totem poles made from argillite; Haida Indians West Coast of Queen Charlotte Islands. Models much older than large carved wooden poles. Eden Shaw of Musset. | NA.502.152.JPG | three | animal figures | totem pole model | carved | black stone | Haida | British Columbia

NA.106.440
Kwakiutl | British Columbia ...
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NA.106.440 | 1968 | box height: 11.75 in, box width: 8.25 in, lid height: 2.75 in, lid width: 9.375 in | "RLA 552 Kwakiutl food storage box 1968". "Leelooska". | Utensils and implements - Household. Wooden box (by Lelooska) - rectangular wooden box painted with bird and animal faces on two sides and parallelograms on two sides, all in black and red; red painted lid. | NA.106.440A&B.JPG | NA.106.440.JPG | painted | bird | parallelograms | box | lid | rectangular | wood | Kwakiutl | British Columbia | Lelooska

NA.202.834
Canada | Tsimshian | British...
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NA.202.834 | ca. 1940(?) | L: 28 in, width: 31.5 in | Dr. Robert L. Anderson Collection | Dress and Adornment: Daily And/Or Festive Adornment. Red/black painted buckskin with red felt fringe at bottom, dew claws, talons and shells attached to leather fringe with red cotton waistband; five large faceted cobalt blue beads. | NA.202.834.JPG | apron | deer hide | talons | cotton | eagle | felt | pigment | glass beads | leather | dew claws | cowrie shells | Canada | Tsimshian | British Columbia

NA.205.68
Haida | Lelooska | style | B...
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NA.205.68 | H: 7.5 in, width: 5 in | Dr. Robert L. Anderson Collection | Dress and Adornment - Status Symbols and Insignia of Office. Front plate from headdress (by Lelooska) - carved wood; one large bird's head, two smaller heads; painted in green, black and red; inlaid with abalone. | NA.205.68.JPG | head | birds | Portrait mask | abalone shell | pigment | wood | Haida | Lelooska | style | British Columbia