Pipe Bag


From: North America

Curatorial Section: American

Object Number 74-24-24
Current Location Collections Storage
Culture Sioux
Provenience North America
Culture Area Great Plains Culture Area
Section American
Materials Buckskin | Quill | Bead

The strips at the bottom are decorated with red, white and purple porcupine quills. MacCreight's tag on it says: "Lost identity of this bead bag- was presented likely by Lone Bear or Whirlwind- dates about 1910 to 1915. Good example of fancy bead and quill work.

Length 59.5 cm
Width 18.5 cm
Credit Line Gift of Anne Rowland, 1974

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