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Great Lakes or Eastern Woodland Indian basket made of black ash splints; round basket without lid or handles; decorative loops at rim; originally had some horizontal splints dyed red and green-now faded; row of decorative loops on bottom of basket…

Native American fish harpoon carved from deer antler

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Woven turtle shaped basket made out of natural colored honeysuckle round reed with a lid dyed orange with bloodroot.

Alaskan man dressed in furs, who is harpooning a walrus

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A birch box constructed from porcupine quills, birch bark and sweet grass, on the top of the box a porcupine eating a red apple is depicted


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Navajo basket made by Sally Black. The basket is vase shaped. 10" tall x 9 1/2" wide at widest point. The basket is made from plant fibers dyed red, deep purple, with a little bit of turquoise and brown. The symbols on the basket are of Yei or…

Birch bark and porcupine quill house purse with bright floral design

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Leg wraps used for dancing - Ojibwe Nation

Moccasins made with white buckskin and finely beaded flower motif on upper. Most likely made by Shoshone Natives, but possibly by Blackfeet. This item is from Sheridan County, NE. And was archived at Michigan States University on May 1, 1970.


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