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NA.202.394 - Beaded hat. Seth's favorite!
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A gift of Romie M. Nunn, Wyoming Pioneer, 1903-1988
Dress and Adornment - Status Symbols and Insignia of Office. Headdress with trailer - brown felt hat crown covered on the outside with white muslin; 28 eagle feathers with red wool wrapped bottoms and clipped tops with yellow and gray hair attached are tied around crown and to each other with leather thong ties; leather band stitched to front has lost most of its beadwork-what is left is 1-1/2 stepped triangles in clear cut green, clear cut red, light blue and clear cut pink on a white ground, all lazy stitch beaded with sinew; attached at both sides are strips of gray-white fur and faded aqua satin ribbons; added trailer of lightweight yellow muslin over navy wool (?) has 35 eagle feathers with pink and gray fluffs in red wool wrapped bottoms and yellow-gray hair glued at tips attached to trailer and to each other with white string; crown of hat is decorated with breath feathers with the bottoms dyed yellow.