From: United States of America | Alaska | Klukwan
Curatorial Section: American
|Current Location||Collections Storage|
|Provenience||United States of America | Alaska | Klukwan|
|Culture Area||Northwest Coast Culture Area|
|Materials||Buckskin | Cloth | Caribou Hide (uncertain) | Moose Hide (uncertain) | Cotton | Wool|
One of a pair of boots made from the leg skins of moose separated by three, vertical strips of white fur. The sole is sewn on and puckered at the toe and heel. A hide cuff is sewn on with fringe hanging along the lower edge and an upper edge lined with black, wool cloth.
|Credit Line||Museum Purchase, 1931|
|Other Number||#6-31 - Other Number | 41 - Other Number|
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