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Plains Indian Museum

Makers
Interior Athabascan
Descriptions
Tradecloth 225 dew claws 97 Buckskin 430 seal skin 4 wool 622 Beads 2617 muslin 89 deer hide 193 rawhide 1018
Names
bag 239
Subjects
striped 31
Dimensions:
L: 8.25 in, Diameter: 5.5 in
Remarks:
Dress and Adornment, Personal Adornment. Body of bag has 4 strips of deer hide from the legs with dew claws attached, one pieced strip of deer hide and one pieced strip of seal skin all with hair on and untanned, short fringed buckskin strips sewn between each hair strip, round bottom of light rawhide; top band of red wool tradecloth with outline beaded decorations in white and royal blue, white and greasy blue and white and green seed beads, band has black cloth top and bottom borders, leather thong handle; inside is lined with pieced muslin.
Accession Number:
NA.203.771

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