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Object Number:52-6-10
Current Location: Native American Voices
Currently On Display
Culture:Teton (uncertain)
Culture Area: Great Plains Culture Area
Length: 50.5 cm
Width: 6 cm
Credit Line:Gift of Episcopal Church Training School, 1952


Wooden staff surmounted by round, flat wooden face with bison-like horns, large rectangular depressed area for mouth, zigzag lines from upper mouth corners into horns, tiny rectangular eye-spots, and slight elevation for nose. Traces of red coloring. All but grip area of staff covered with yellowish tanned skin and pendant rattles of cut pieces of animal dew claws (?), bird talons and two brass bells.

Current & Past Exhibitions:

Plains Gallery ( Apr 1986 - Jun 1999) View Objects in Exhibition
Native American Voices: The People - Here and Now (01 Mar 2014) View Objects in Exhibition
American Indian Life 1776-1976 ( Dec 1976 - 1978) View Objects in Exhibition


[Catalogue, Exhibition] Maurer, Evan M. 1992. Visions of the People: A Pictorial History of Plains Indian Life.. University of Washington Press. Actual Citation : Page/Fig./Plate: 156-157View Objects related to this Actual Citation
[Book] 1976. American Indian Life: 1776-1976.. Philadelphia. The University Museum. Actual Citation : Page/Fig./Plate: 21View Objects related to this Actual Citation

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