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Plains Indian Museum

Makers
Montana 236 Apsáalooke 51 Crow 493
Descriptions
tanned 631 hide 1074 Beads 2617 Tradecloth 225
Names
toy cradle 27
Subjects
cross 120 triangles 289 stripes 197
Date:
1895-1900
Dimensions:
L: 24.5 in, width: 10 in, depth: 4 in
Credit Line:
In memory of Frank O. Horton and Henriette S. Horton
Remarks:
Ritual and Recreation, Toys. Toy baby carrier, tanned hide covering a long, oval shaped board. Fringed at top and bottom. Beading at top is yellow, blue, pink and green triangular designs on a light blue ground, edged in white, blue and tan with a red tradecloth border. Three sets of straps across carrier are beaded in light blue and tan triangles alternating with blue and yellow triangles. Bottom beaded in a blue cross on a yellow stripe, bordered by pink stripes on a blue ground. Edged in red tradecloth.
Accession Number:
NA.507.98

Not currently on display

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