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Dakota possible bags
A pair of Dakota leather possible bags with decorative beadwork in red, yellow, white, blue, green and purple, circa the early 20th century. Each bag has a cover flap that may be tied shut with leather straps. Tinkle cones with pink feather decorations line the sides. One bag is slightly larger than the other. Original tag attached to object reads: "NPR [Northern Pacific Railway]...poss. Sioux ca. 1930".
Content Category: artifacts
17 1/2 inches length (133IN.4.1: measured at longest point, lying flat, with flap closed)
10 inches width (133IN.4.1: measured at widest point, lying flat, with flap closed)
16 inches length (133IN.4.2: measured at longest point, lying flat, with flap closed)
8 1/4 inches width (133IN.4.2: measured at widest point, lying flat, with flap closed)
bag (generic container)
Made by: Dakota Indians
Northern Pacific Railway Company
Indian. Transportation. Land
Creation: Approximately 1930
|Holding Type||3D Objects|
133IN.4 (inventory Number)