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Plains Indian Museum

Makers
Northern Plains 1866
Descriptions
laced 9 salmon orange rawhide 1018 folded 2 flap 2 Red 1061 yellow 526 blue 690 green 634 strips 35 triangular 26 wool 622 White 769 Buckskin 430 paint 359 Square 31
Names
bag 239
Subjects
border lines 2 triangles 289 vertical diamonds
Dimensions:
L: 10.375 in, width: 10.375 in
Credit Line:
Gift of Mr. J. R. Simplot
Remarks:
Utensils and Implements: Household. Rawhide rectangle folded in half to make a square pouch with a triangular top flap, side edges have holes through which are laced white buckskin thongs overcast over red wool strips. Front is painted with 2 vertical diamonds of salmon orange with yellow centers, outlined in blue; at top and bottom in center are yellow triangles outlined in blue; inner border line is orange, outer border line is green. Two holes at center near top have a buckskin thong to tie through one hole in triangular flap, flap has a triangle outline in orange and blue with a base line of green; two holes at center of base line have a buckskin thong tie through them; on upper back are 2 pair of holes with buckskin thongs tied through the ends of a buckskin strap.
Accession Number:
NA.106.579

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