From: United States of America | Alaska | Southeast Alaska | Sitka (uncertain)
Curatorial Section: American
|Current Location||Collections Storage|
|Provenience||United States of America | Alaska | Southeast Alaska | Sitka (uncertain)|
|Culture Area||Northwest Coast Culture Area|
|Locus||Sitka Kaagwaantaan Clan?|
|Materials||Cedar Bark | Feather|
Neck ring made from twisted cedar bark fibers. The ends are wrapped with a thin band of white, feather down to form a loop. White, feather down is also wrapped around two other sections of the ring and, opposite the down wrapping at the ends, a cedar bark cord is wrapped to keep the ring together. The ring is made up of three cedar bark ropes and the ends are frayed.
|Credit Line||Wanamaker Expedition to the Northwest Coast; Louis Shotridge, 1926|
|Other Number||125? or 126? or 127? - Other Number|
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