University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology
Object Number:29-10-38A
Current Location: Collections Storage
Culture:Algonkin
Provenience: Canada
Quebec
Maniwaki
Culture Area: Northeast
Maker: Pete Dube
Locus: Reservation 6 miles south of Maniwaki.
Section:American
Materials:Wood
Length: 20 cm
Width: 10.48 cm
Credit Line:Purchased from Frederick Johnson (#1-93) / Gift of Frank Speck (#94-99), 1929

Description

Wooded spoons mitigemkw n (mitig, "wood"; wmkw n, "spoon"). These spoons were made by Pete Dube who was born at Weymont and claims to be a Tete de Boule. He has lived with the River Desert Band for about 25 years.


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