Woman's Saddle: When horses were first introduced to the Americas, most Natives took to riding them bareback. Saddles weren't commonly used until after exposure to European culture. Men's saddles had shorter horns.
|Northern Plains 1866 Cheyenne 264|
|rawhide 1018 leather 2024 wood 4438|
|H: 12.125 in, depth: 22.25 in, width: 8.75 in, L: 29.25 x 30 in|
|Gift of Anne T. Black|
|Transportation: Land Transportation. Woman's -- Rawhide covered wood with leather fringe at front and back and rawhide covered stirrups.|