From: Great Plains (Plain)

Curatorial Section: American

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Object Number NA3562
Current Location Collections Storage
Culture Blackfeet
Provenience Great Plains (Plain)
Culture Area Great Plains Culture Area
Section American
Materials Skin | Bead | Bone (uncertain) | Teeth (uncertain)

Buckskin dress with long fringe at the lower hem. Arm holes are decorated with small, beaded squares of blue, red, and yellow parallel lines. Teeth attached in two rows around the yoke separated by one line of blue, red, and white beads. Lower hem has white and black vertical beaded lines. Arm holes are outlined in blue and yellow beads. Neck hole is outlined in lines of blue, black, and yellow beads. Shoulders are decorated with two parallel lines of green beads separated by one line of pink and blue beads in geometric designs. Seams sewn shut with black thread.

Length 77 cm
Width 64 cm
Credit Line Purchased from Mrs. Patrick Henry Ray, 1915
Other Number G549 - Field No SF

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