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Accession Number:
NA.702.5
Makers
Fort Peck Indian Reservation, Montana, Sioux
Descriptions
muslin, paint
Names
winter count
Date:
early 1900s
Dimensions:
L: 36.625 in, width: 60.625 in
Inscription:
Property of the Missionary Education Movement, stamped on back, lower right
Remarks:
Communication and Media of Exchange: Writing and Records. Painted and drawn on muslin in brown, black and red. Count starts at 1800-1801 and ends at 1870 - 1871. 70 small paragraphs. Copy of Lone Dog's winter count.

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