|Current Location||Collections Storage|
|Provenience||Plains (Culture Area)|
|Culture Area||Great Plains Culture Area|
|Materials||Skin | Feather | Hair|
Tanned buffalo hide with a cover of buckskin. Ornamented with pendant eagle feathers and deer tails and painted half yellow and half white. Painted design on the yellow half of a red sun surrounded by fourteen sets of parallel red lines and a red star with a yellow center. A yellow star outlined in red and with a red center is painted on the white half. An 8.5 inch bone whistle is attached with a thong.
|Outside Diameter||44.8 cm|
|Credit Line||Gift of Mrs. Cornelius Stevenson, 1898|
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