|Current Location:||Collections Storage|
|Provenience:||United States of America|
Fort Peck Reservation
|Culture Area:||Great Plains Culture Area|
|Credit Line:||John Wanamaker Expedition, 1900; R. Stewart Culin, 1900|
Pa-him-o-ska-pi-hau-pa. A pair of hide moccasins, elaborately decorated with beading and quillwork. The moccasins are symmetrical, with matching ornamentation. The opening around the ankle of each shoe is lined with green cloth, and the outer surface of the shoes is covered with red qillwork with green, yellow, and brown geometric designs. The base of each shoe is ringed with a strip of white beadwork that is approximately 1.5cm high and accented with squares and triangles in red, blue, and green. The tongue of each shoe is also covered with red quillwork, and splits into two leather strips tipped with pink feathers. The feathers are encased in metal. There is long leather fringe, approximately 21cm, extending from the back of the ankle of each moccasin. There is also a circular hole bored into the sole of each moccasin. The hole in the left shoe is 0.9cm in diameter, and the hole in the right shoe is 1cm in diameter.
|[Book] 1976. American Indian Life: 1776-1976.. Philadelphia. The University Museum. Actual Citation : Page/Fig./Plate: 22||View Objects related to this Actual Citation|
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