Dakota village model

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Titles Dakota village model
Description Model of a Dakota village in miniature made in 1947 by George Crooks (Wakanozanzan or Holy Light) and Alice T. Boyd Crooks (Wicanhpitowin or Blue Star Woman) at the Redwood Indian Agency village in Minnesota. The model consists of eight human figures, eleven tipis and one travois.
Quantity 20 items
Format Content Category: artifacts
Measurements 4 1/2 inches height (largest tipi)
3 inches diameter (largest tipi)
Nomenclature model (representation)
Materials cloth
Creation Made by: Crooks, Alice T. Boyd
Made by: Crooks, George W.
Made by: Upper Sioux Community, Minnesota
Made in: Redwood Agency Indian Village, Minnesota, United States
Made by: Dakota Indians
Subjects Redwood Agency Indian Village
Indian dolls
Redwood Falls, Redwood County, Minnesota, United States
Indian. Recreation. Dolls
Indian. Models and Miniatures
Dates Creation: Approximately 1947
Holding Type 3D Objects
Identifiers 8717.1-20 (Accession Number)

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