|Current Location:||Collections Storage|
|Culture Area:||Subarctic Culture Area|
|Credit Line:||Bequest of Samuel Pennypacker, 1970|
Quirt or horse whip. Carved wooden body and handle, with designs burnt onto it. Brass tacks are also nailed into wood in various places, forming lines of nails that follow certain contours of the wood. Small holes are dug into one long contour, running half the length of the wooden piece. At the handle end, there is attached a loop of braided horse-hair- 4 strands are braided, 2 of black hair, 2 of white. At the other end there is a hole carved through the wood, through which is attached a long strand of braided cloth. Around the braid is braided more black and white horsehair. There is a horsehair tassle at each end of the whip.
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