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Plains Indian Museum

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Indian 7
Descriptions
hollow 8 lacing 22 wood 4438 rope 25 tree trunk 6 cover 40 stuffed 11 cloth 876 rawhide 1018 head 47 handle 322
Names
drum and drumstick 4
Date:
ca. 1920
Dimensions:
H: 16.5 in, Diameter: 23 in, drumstick length: 12 in
Credit Line:
Gift of Robert A. Mills
Remarks:
Ritual and Recreation: Musical Instrument. (A) Drum-hollowed out tree trunk; both ends covered with rawhide; top and bottom tied together with rawhide lacing, long rope loop attached to sides. (B) Drumstick-wood handle; stuffed cloth head.
Accession Number:
NA.505.58

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