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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 pieces of tanned hide, possibly moose, seamed on sides with sinew, and a gathered opening with hide strip as drawstring. Opening is rounded with medium blue majority, and six (6) striped sections of white, green and dirty yellow seed beads. Each side seam on top portion is edged in segments of black and white pony beads, otherwise top is undecorated. Bottom section is covered with simple design of majority black pony beads in vertical rows, with eight (8) rows of white pony beads interspersed in a repetitive pattern on both sides. Fringe is double layer, attached to bottom, and undecorated.
As of 06-14-2017 this object is on display in the Plains Indian Museum. If you are making a special trip, please double-check before visiting.