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Plains Indian Museum

Makers
Northern Plains 1866
Descriptions
sinew 620 Red 1061 wool 622 Buckskin 430 chicken hawk rawhide 1018 feathers 641 eagle 171
Names
rattle 57
Dimensions:
L: 16.5 in, width: 4 in
Credit Line:
Simplot Collection; Gift of J.R. Simplot
Remarks:
Ritual and Recreation, Ritual, Curing and Cult objects. Rawhide skin covering sewn together with sinew. Rawhide thongs wrapped around handle. Buckskin strip attached with a fan, made of chicken hawk feathers, held together with a piece of red wool, sewn tightly around quill ends. Also attached is an eagle plume.
Accession Number:
NA.502.188

Not currently on display


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