|Object Title||Crow Mother Katsina|
|Current Location:||Collections Storage|
|Provenience:||United States of America|
|Culture Area:||Southwest Culture Area|
|Credit Line:||Gift of the Estate of Frederica de Laguna, 2004|
Wooden Katsina doll. The face is painted blue with black, triangular areas for the eyes and mouth. A black-painted headdress representing feathers is attached to the sides of the head. A painted blanket is draped over the shoulders and a painted dress is worn underneath. This figure is the Crow Mother (Angwusnasomtaka) Katsina who may be considered the mother of Whippers or the mother of all Katsinam. Made by Jimmy Nequatewa. (Colton, H. 1959 #12, Wright, B., 1973 #66)
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