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Children's beaded buckskin coat
Children's buckskin coat with beaded floral motifs on the front and back that are backed with newspaper. On the inside of the jacket is a painted figure with long legs and taloned feet holding a pipe in its left hand and a plumed object in its right. There are two types of red cloth ribbon trim and fringe along the seams and bottom. Jacket is possibly made by Crow Indians and made circa 1900. It may have been used by the Ojibwe Indians from the Red Lake area of Minnesota.
Content Category: artifacts
14 inches width (shoulders)
15 inches width (waist)
24 inches length
Made by (possibly): Crow Indians
Used by (possibly): Ojibwe Indians
Used in (possibly): Minnesota, United States
Indian. Clothing. Outerwear. Coats & Vests
Creation: 1875 - 1925
|Holding Type||3D Objects|
1992.457.1 (Accession Number)