Ojibwe lacrosse stick

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Titles Ojibwe lacrosse stick
Description One of four matching Ojibwe lacrosse sticks, made from one piece of wood formed into a long, rounded handle and a circular net frame. The tip of the frame is lashed to the handle with leather strips. The net is made by lacing leather strips through holes in the hoop and knotting them together in the center.
Quantity 1 item
Format Content Category: artifacts
Measurements 33 inches length
4 1/2 inches width (widest)
Nomenclature crosse (sports equipment)
Materials wood (plant material)
leather
Creation Made by: Ojibwe Indians
Subjects Used by: Rohr, Jack F.
Used in: Minnesota, United States
Used at: Itasca State Park
Children and adolescents
Exploration and surveys
Sports and recreation
Indian. Recreation. Games. Traditional
Dates Creation: Not earlier than 1900 - Not later than 1932
Holding Type 3D Objects
Identifiers 64.139.18.2 (Accession Number)

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