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Plains Indian Museum

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Sioux 990
Descriptions
ribbon 206 metal 3340 glass beads 689 thread 225 human hair 30 cloth 876 tanned hide 570 yarn 210 button 29
Names
doll 94
Subjects
female 19
Date:
ca. 1880
Dimensions:
H: 14.5 in
Credit Line:
Gift of Mr. Forrest Fenn
Remarks:
Sioux female doll wearing a soft Indian tanned buckskin beaded dress, mocassins, and leggings. She has a soft buckskin fringe at the hem and down both sides of the dress and yoke. An early button is sewed on the chest with a beaded drop attached to it. She has hair sewed on the back of the head and a three dimensional nose with beaded eyes and mouth. She is wearing a red belt and woolen sash.
Accession Number:
NA.507.112

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