|Current Location:||Collections Storage|
|Provenience:||United States of America|
|Culture Area:||Southeast Culture Area|
|Credit Line:||Cherokee Expedition; Frank G. Speck and John G. Witthoft, 1946|
Rectangular strip of tan flannel, split for most of its length; top bound with red cotton cloth, small diamond shaped piece of red cloth just above split; 14 feathers (2 missing) attached at intervals; red cotton tassels on sides and bottom.
"Ornament worn in dance or ball game. Feathers of several species of hawks symbolizing speed and swiftness. The red and yellow down represent the tribal colors of the Cherokee tribe. -- Standing deer."
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