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A leather "possibles" bag, with flap and tie closure, circa the late 19th century. Both sides of the bag are ornamented with beadwork in shades of yellow, red, green, white and dark blue on a light blue background. The sides of the bag are decorated with tinkler cones terminating in dyed horsehair tufts. The bag was used in Big Horn Valley, Montana and is possibly Cheyenne, Crow or Dakota.
Content Category: artifacts
16 3/4 inches height
23 inches width
bag (generic container)
Made by (possibly): Dakota Indians
Made by (possibly): Crow Indians
Made by (possibly): Cheyenne Indians
Used in: Big Horn Valley, Montana, United States
Indian. Transportation. Land
Creation: Approximately 1880
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6017.3 (Accession Number)