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Plains Indian Museum

silver 707 feathers 641 Tradecloth 225 eagle 171 brass 1442 Satin 101 Beads 2617 fabric 111
headdress 61
arrows 22 swastika 12
H: 14 in, width: 11 in
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In memory of Frank O. Horton and Henriette S. Horton
Dress and Adornment, Status Symbols and Insignia of Office. Tall dark feathers with green fluffs, each wrapped in red tradecloth, fastened to a pink fabric band lined in yellow. Exterior pink band sewn with satin ribbons of white, peach and black and orange. Lavendar gros grain ribbon and satin ribbons hang behind, with three tiny gold bells on the end. There is a 7" seed bead strip with red, pink and black arrows, a red swastika, and gold buttons at either side of it, with a round center containing a gold button, in front. There are several gold and silver buttons, a tiny brass bell, and a tarnished larger brass bell at left of temple.
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