From: Canada | Ontario | Lower Cayuga Long House | Six Nations Reservation | Grand River
Curatorial Section: American
|Current Location||Collections Storage|
|Culture||Cayuga | Iroquois|
|Provenience||Canada | Ontario | Lower Cayuga Long House | Six Nations Reservation | Grand River|
|Culture Area||Northeast Culture Area|
|Materials||Straw | Corn Husk | Fiber | Paper | Dog Hair (uncertain)|
Corn Husk Mask of Flower Type. Face is made from old straw hat with nose added, eyes and mouth cut in and bound with faded red cloth. Corn husk braids, inside, and shredded husk, around the sides, are sewn on. Two red crepe paper flowers added next to face. Eyebrows and beard of black dog hair (?).
|Credit Line||Gift of Samuel W. Fernberger, 1953|
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