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Shoulder Bag

Potawatomi Artist
Wool cloth, wool yarn, cotton cloth, and glass beads
19th century CE Potawatomi
( North America )
Personal Carrying & Storage Gear

Vest for Boy

Lakota (Sioux) Artist
Hide, glass beads, metal beads, cotton cloth, and cotton thread
19th century CE Lakota (Sioux)
( North America )
Main Garments

Basket Jar

Possibly by Akimel O'odham (Pima) Artist
Vegetal material
19th century CE Akimel O'odham (Pima) or Tohono O'odham (Papago)
( North America )
Containers (blank sub-class)

Basket

Possibly by Akimel O'odham (Pima) Artist
Native vegetal fiber probably bear grass, yucca leaf, and devil’s claw
19th century CE - 20th century CE Akimel O'odham (Pima) or Tohono O'odham (Papago)
( North America )
Containers (blank sub-class)

Basket

Diné (Navajo) Artist
Squawberry sumac, yucca, and aniline dye
19th century CE Diné (Navajo)
( North America )
Containers (blank sub-class)

Basket Tray

Western Apache (Nnee) Artist
Native plant fiber, willow, and devil’s claw (martynia fiber)
20th century CE Western Apache (Nnee)
( North America )
Container (blank subclass)

Basket Tray with Anthropomorphic Figures

Western Apache (Nnee) Artist
Native plant fibers, willow, and devil’s claw
20th century CE Western Apache (Nnee)
( North America )

Beaded Bag

Lakota or Dakota (Sioux) Artist Lakota (Sioux) Artist
Hide, glass beads, and sinew
19th century CE Dakota or Lakota (Sioux)
( North America )
Personal Carrying & Storage Gear

Pipe Bag

Lakota (Sioux) Artist
Tanned buckskin, beads, rawhide, porcupine quills, and pigment
19th century CE Lakota (Sioux)
( North America )
Smoking & Recreational Drug Equipment

Toy Cradleboard and Baby Doll

Salish Artist
Tanned hide, wood, glass and metal seed beads, cotton cloth, and buttons
19th century CE Kootenai or Salish
( North America )
Toys (blank sub-class)

Pipe Bag

Lakota (Sioux) Artist
Tanned hide, glass beads
19th century CE Lakota (Sioux)
( North America )
Smoking & Recreational Drug Equipment

Single Saddle Blanket

Diné (Navajo) Artist
Commercially produced Germantown wool, cotton string, and commercial dye
19th century CE Diné (Navajo)
( North America )
Land Transportation Accessories

Pipe Bag

Hinono'ei (Arapaho) Artist
Tanned buckskin, glass beads, and porcupine quills
19th century CE - 20th century CE Arapaho
( North America )
Smoking & Recreational Drug Equipment

Basketry Covered Bottle

Lower Klamath River Artist
Plant fibers and glass bottle
19th century CE Lower Klamath River
( North America )
Food Storage Accessories*

Shallow Basket

Akimel O'odham (Pima) Artist
Native vegetal fiber and dye
19th century CE Akimel O'odham (Pima)
( North America )
Containers (blank sub-class)

Bowl

Hopi Artist
Clay and pigment
19th century CE Hopi
( North America )
Serving Vessels

Basket

Plateau or Modoc Artist (possibly) Plateau Artist
Native vegetal fiber
19th century CE - 20th century CE Plateau (possibly Modoc)
( North America )
Container (blank sub-class)

Basket Tray / Plaque

Hopi Artist
Galleta grass, yucca leaves, and commercial dye
19th century CE Hopi
( North America )
Container (blank subclass)

Bowl

Hopi Artist
Clay and pigment
19th century CE - 20th century CE Hopi Tewa
( North America )
Serving Vessels

Pipe Tomahawk

Attributed to Shoshone Artist
Cast iron head, wood shaft, ribbon, deerskin thong, rifle casing, and horse hair
19th century CE Shoshone
( North America )
Smoking & Recreational Drug Equimpent

Horse Effigy Pipe (fragment)

Lakota (Sioux) Artist
Pipestone (Catlinite)
19th century CE Lakota (Sioux)
( North America )
Smoking & Recreational Drug Equipment

Vessel

Maricopa or O'odham (Pima) Maricopa Artist
Hand-built and coiled earthenware with burnished clay slip and organic paint
19th century CE Akimel O’odham (Pima), Maricopa, or Tohono O’odham (Papago)
( North America )
Containers (blank sub-class)

Basketry Covered Bottle

Lower Klamath River Artist
Plant fibers and glass bottle
19th century CE Lower Klamath River
( North America )
Food Storage Accessories*

Hopi Style Jar with Effigy

A:shiwi (Zuni) Artist
Earthenware with slip and paint
19th century CE A:shiwi (Zuni) or Hopi
( North America )
Food Storage Equipment

Doll Representing Pahlik'Mana (katsina)

Hopi Artist
Cottonwood root, kaolin slip, paint, wool, and metal nails
19th century CE Hopi
( North America )
Toys (blank sub-class)


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