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Plains Indian Museum

Northern Plains 99 Sioux 990
cotton cloth 39 wood 4438 glass beads 689 cotton string 20 tobacco 11 catlinite 148
bag 239 pipe bowl 100 pipe stem 77
ca. 1917
bowl height: 1.75 in, bowl width: 1 in, bowl length: 1.75 in, bag width: 5 in, bag length: 11 in
Credit Line:
The Paul Dyck Plains Indian Buffalo Culture Collection, acquired through the generosity of the Dyck family and additional gifts of the Nielson Family and the Estate of Margaret S. Coe
.a bowl; .b stem .c: bag. Small Catlinite pipe bowl, flat wood stem, cotton bag containing tobacco. L-shaped pipe bowl, oval shaped base with flattened top and underside. Cylindrical bowl flattened on front and back sides. Tobacco in bowl. Short 8 ½” pipe stem, wood, tapers to angled mouthpiece. Handwritten on stem in ink, cursive: “James Eagle Bear (?).” Bag is green cotton cloth, grey cotton drawstring, small rows of iridescent blue beads on bottom and side edges. Loose tobacco inside bag.
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