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Plains Indian Museum

Makers
Ft. Belknap Indian Reservation, Montana 4
Descriptions
engraved 118 orange 203 leather 2024 zipper 9 White 769 Beads 2617 wrapped 151 blue 690 blade 128 seed 1420 handle 322 fringe 575 sequins 38 ash wood 2 thongs 19 green 634 white metal
Names
pipe tomahawk 46
Subjects
triangles 289 cut-out cross boxes 32
Date:
1920
Dimensions:
L: 34.75 in, width: 8.875 in
Remarks:
Ritual and Recreation: Smoking and Narcotics. Engraved white metal blade with cut-out cross, ash wood handle wrapped at end with leather thongs. Beaded flap green and blue boxes within orange triangles on white ground; edges of flap have beads and sequins and are a zipper; flap has leather fringe.
Accession Number:
NA.504.174

Not currently on display

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