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Plains Indian Museum

Makers
Montana 236 Cheyenne 264 Tsitststas
Descriptions
tanned 631 horsehair 91 porcupine 379 cones 222 quills 403 deer hide 193 glass beads 689 tin 353
Names
storage bag 111
Subjects
cross 120
Date:
1885
Dimensions:
L: 12.5 in, width: 28.5 in
Remarks:
Utensils and implements - Household. Storage bag - deerskin, beaded lazy stitch strip on each side and across top flap in blue, green, red, yellow and white, with these strips are sets of two tin cones with dyed red horsehair. Across front are strips of porcupine quills, cross designs in green, orange, and purple on red ground. To each side on front are remnants of a row of red down feathers. Larom, Cheyenne saddle bag
Accession Number:
NA.106.293

As of 06-14-2017 this object is on display in the Plains Indian Museum.
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