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Dakota beaded female doll
Description A Dakota female doll, circa 1890. The doll has a cloth head with a leather scalp; the rooted hair is missing. She has black bead eyes and a red mouth. She wears a fringed leather dress with dyed yellow quillwork around her neck and multicolor beadwork. A small wood knife in a beaded sheath and a beaded bag hang from her waist. The doll is from either the Lower Brule Indian Agency, Lower Brule, South Dakota, or the Crow Creek Indian Agency, Fort Thompson, South Dakota.
Quantity 1 item
Format Content Category: artifacts
Measurements 13 inches height
Nomenclature Doll
Creation Made by Dakota Indians
Subjects Used at: Lower Brule Sioux Tribe of the Lower Brule Reservation, South Dakota
Used at: Crow Creek Sioux Tribe of the Crow Creek Reservation, South Dakota
Made by Dakota Indians
Used by Dakota Indians
Used in Lower Brule, Lyman County, South Dakota, United States
Used in Fort Thompson, Buffalo County, South Dakota, United States
Used in Minnesota, United States
Dakota dolls
Indian. Recreation. Dolls
Dates Creation: Approximately 1890
Holding Type 3D Objects
ID Number 9492.9