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Dakota cradleboard

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Description A cradleboard made by Hope Two Hearts and Galen Drapeau (Isanti and Ihanktowan Dakota, respectively), circa 1980. This cradleboard, which won best traditional art at the Sante Fe Indian Market Show, was originally made for Hanhepi Maniwin. An image of her in this cradleboard was featured in promotional materials for Hope and Galen's business, the Elk's Camp Society.
Quantity 1 item
Format Content Category: artifacts
Measurements 46 inches length
12 inches width (at widest point)
10 inches depth (with hood extended)
Nomenclature Cradleboard
Creation Made by: Drapeau, Hope
Made by: Drapeau, Galen
Made for: Hanhepi Maniwin
Made by Dakota Indians
Made by Yankton Indians
Subjects Owned by: Locke, Jim
Made by Dakota Indians
Made by Yankton Indians
Sante Fe, New Mexico, United States
Indian. Transportation. Land
Dates Creation: Approximately 1980
Holding Type 3D Objects
Identifiers 1997.131.1

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