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Dakota saddle

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Description A pad saddle, stylistically Plains Cree but collected among the Dakota, composed of a quilted leather seat with beadworked floral medaillions at each corner, and fully beadworked floral flaps at each side, circa the late 19th century.
Quantity 1 item
Format Content Category: artifacts
Measurements 19 1/2 inches length
25 inches width
2 1/2 inches depth
Nomenclature Saddle (seat)
Creation Made by Plains Cree Indians
Subjects Made by Plains Cree Indians
Used by Dakota Indians
Used in Fort Totten, Benson County, North Dakota, United States
Saddlery
Dakota Indians--Horses
Indian. Transportation. Land
Animal Equipment
Dates Creation: Approximately 1875
Holding Type 3D Objects
ID Number 2657.E257
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