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Accession Number:
NA.702.33
Makers
Blackfeet
Descriptions
braintanned, Buckskin, twig
Names
pictograph
Date:
early-mid 20th Century
Dimensions:
H: 18.125 in, width: 15.75 in
Credit Line:
Gift of Charles Henning
Remarks:
Communication and Media Exchange/Writing and Records. Pictograph: Braintanned buckskin cut in animal hide shape, with red and navy drawings, a central circle has an Indian and White man holding hands with a head and warbonnet, a buffalo and a baby in carrier looking on surrounded by 2 tipis placed horizontally, other figures include a white man, a star over hills, a bear, a wolf or coyote, a pipe and 2 Indians holding hands. Buckskin is stretched on a peeled and smoothed twig frame with pink embroidery floss, framed and crosspieces are tied with buckskin thongs with another thong hanging strap at center top.

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