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Plains Indian Museum

Makers
Apache 71
Descriptions
Buckskin 430 Cotton cloth 154 glass beads 689 wood 4438 thread 225 cotton 256
Names
doll 94
Subjects
female 19
Date:
ca. 1900
Credit Line:
Gift of Mr. Forrest Fenn
Remarks:
Apache female cotton covered wood doll wearing a long cotton print dress with floral deasigns and a wide yellow hem. Over the dress is an Indian tanned buckskin fringed and beaded bodice with Morningstar designs front and back. The doll has a cloth face with bead necklace and dangle earrings. She has a three dimensional nose of wood, thread eyes, eyebrows and mount and painted buckskin moccasins.
Accession Number:
NA.507.114

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