Location: On Display in the Native American Voices

From: Southern Plains

Curatorial Section: American

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Object Number 45-15-308A
Current Location Native American Voices - On Display
Culture Arapaho (uncertain) | Southern Cheyenne (uncertain)
Provenience Southern Plains
Culture Area Great Plains Culture Area
Section American
Materials Buckskin | Fiber | Glass | Cowrie Shell | Nut (plant) | Metal | Deer Tail | Cat Fur
Technique Beaded
Iconography Star

Boy's legging. Yellow buckskin, beaded band at ankle. Margin of side flap, dark blue and red bars and triangles on white ground. Four beaded stars on flap, fringe with red nuts, cowries, sleigh bell, deer-tail on one legging, wild cat kitten tail on other, beaded cylinder mountings.

Height 45 cm
Width 22 cm
Depth 2.5 cm
Credit Line Purchased from Mrs. Owen Stephens, 1945

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