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|Southern Arapaho, Oklahoma|
|pigment, feathers, tanned elk hide|
|Ghost Dance dress|
|crescents, stars, corn, sage stems, birds, circles|
|L: 54 in, width: 54 in|
|Chandler-Pohrt Collection, Gift of Mary J. and James R. Jundt|
|Dress and Adornment, Religious Attire. Ghost Dance dress made of hand-tanned elk hide, yoke style, painted with pigments (light blue, green blue and red). Fringe on arms, down sides and around bottom. Fringe on body of dress with plumes and ermine attached, hide hair left on leg ends. Painted designs include cross-shaped stars, crescents, circles, birds (ravens and magpies), corn and sage stems, blue and green bars on calf area of dress.|
|Journal: Western American Literature: Quarterly Journal of the Western Literature Association; Lessons from the Past: The Cliff Dwellers ans New Historicism; Michael Tavel Clark; Utah State University, Logan, page 426|
Not currently on display
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