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Dakota beaded leather jacket
A Dakota leather coat purchased by personnel of Camp Kamaji on Cass Lake, Minnesota, circa 1910. The coat is decorated with long leather fringe and 2.5 inch bands of solid beadwork applied to bands of cloth that extend on front and back and down the length of the sleeves.
Content Category: artifacts
27 inches length
19 inches width (shoulder)
21 inches length (sleeve)
Made by: Oceti Sakowin
Made by: Dakota Indians
Owned/used by: Camp Kamaji (Cass Lake, Minn.)
Used in : Cass Lake, Cass County, Minnesota, United States
Indian. Clothing. Outerwear. Coats & Vests
Creation: Approximately 1910
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9023.11 (Accession Number)