Beaded leather pipe bag
69.54.16, front
69.54.16, front detail 2
69.54.16, front detail 1
69.54.16, back
69.54.16, back detail 2
69.54.16, back detail 1
69.54.16
69.54.16, detail front
69.54.16, detail back

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Description A leather beaded tobacco pouch used by the Lakota, but possibly Plateau or from another Plains group in origin, circa the mid-19th century. The exterior is beaded in a square pattern of rose, blue and gold glass seed beads. The fringe on the bottom is wrapped with dyed quill. Hide thongs are attached for securing the pouch to the wearer's belt and for closing the pouch. The pouch was collected by Colonel John G. Clark of the 50th Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry Regiment at Fort Rice in Dakota Territory during the US-Dakota War.
Quantity 1 item
Format Content Category: artifacts
Measurements 25 inches length
3 3/4 inches width
Nomenclature Pouch
Creation Made by (possibly) Crow Indians
Made by (possibly) Lakota Indians
Made by (possibly) Oglala Indians
Made by (possibly) Plains Indians
Made by (possibly) Plateau Indians
Subjects Collected by: Clark, Colonel John Garvin
Collected in Fort Rice, Morton County, North Dakota, United States
Made by (possibly) Crow Indians
Made by (possibly) Lakota Indians
Made by (possibly) Oglala Indians
Made by (possibly) Plains Indians
Made by (possibly) Plateau Indians
Used by Lakota Indians
Used at Fort Rice, Dakota Territory
U.S.-Dakota War of 1862
Dakota Indians--Tobacco use.
Dakota Indians--Religion and mythology
Dakota Indians--Rites and ceremonies
Indian. Clothing. Accessories. Bags & Pouches. Pipe & Tobacco
Dates Discovery: Not earlier than 04/1865 - Not later than 06/1866
(50th Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry Regiment dates of service)
Credit Line Minnesota Historical Society Collections
Holding Type 3D Objects
Identifiers 69.54.16

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