|Current Location:||Collections Storage|
|Culture Area:||Great Plains Culture Area|
|Credit Line:||Bequest of Samuel Pennypacker, 1970|
|Other Number:||#8 - Field No SF|
Moccassin composed of three separate pieces of native tanned hide. Solde (?), upper (sewn up the back), and oval tongue. Red stroud overlaps top edge of upper. Two parallel rows of beadwork follow the edge of the sole composed of nine sets of red triangles against a white background (lazy stitch); nine parallel bands of beadwork across vamps (alternating pink, red, and turquoise bands with black ends done in spot-stitch); three diamond shapes in black and white beads on each tongue with edge beading in navy blue. All sewing done with commercial cotton thread. Much of the stroud is eaten away; some bead loss on bottom rows along soles, especially near heels. Stitching has come apart on heel of "B." Old repairs on soles. Sent for freezing and cleaning 6/91. Moccasins are probably part of an ensemble consisting of shirt (70-9-548) and leggings (70-9-547 a and b): all have a tag with the same handwritten "#8"
|[Other] Wm. D. Morley, Inc. Inventory and Appraisement - Personal Property - The Estate of Samuel W. Pennypacker, 2nd, Dec'd. - Haldeman Road Schwenksville, RD 1 Penna. October 15, 1968.. Actual Citation : Page/Fig./Plate: 26||View Objects related to this Actual Citation|
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