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Plains Indian Museum

Chippewa 47 Northern Plains 1866
Buckskin 430 Beads 2617
bag 239
ca. 1935
L: 10.75 in, width: 8.75 in
Credit Line:
Simplot Collection, Gift of J.R. Simplot
Dress and Adornment- Personal Adornment and Ritual Regalia. Long U-shaped buckskin pouch with short fringes added in seams, buckskin thong drawstring woven through holes near top, top edge cut in zigzags. One side has a beaded floral motif in large clear dark blue, large black, orange, faceted silver, mixed whites and large flat round dark clear red beads with odds and ends of other colors. Other side has an abstract line design with a vertical row of large flat round clear dark blue and clear dark blue beads, a horizontal row of large flat round clear pale green and black beads, a center area of large flat round clear pale green and black beads, a center area of large flat round clear yellow and mixed pinks and whites beads and radiating intermittent lines of black beads. Both sides and some fringe have holes left from some previous machine stitching.
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