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Plains Indian Museum

Makers
South Dakota 248 Sioux 990
Descriptions
quills 403 feather 171 glass beads 689 porcupine 379 leather 2024 tin 353 triangular shape cones 222
Names
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Subjects
stepped triangles 17 strips 60 boxes 32
Date:
1915
Dimensions:
lower width: 12.375 in
Credit Line:
Adolf Spohr Collection, Gift of Larry Sheerin
Remarks:
Structures and Furnishings: Dwellings and Furnishings. Leather cut in triangular shape; beading around edges, stepped triangles and boxes in light blue, green, dark blue and red on white ground; porcupine quill strips run horizontally; yellow and purple stepped triangles on red ground; rawhide strips at bottom of flap wrapped with red, yellow, purple and pink porcupine quills with tin cones with pink and turquoise fluffs at the end of each strip.
Accession Number:
NA.302.9

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