Ojibwe beaded deer hide jacket

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Titles Ojibwe beaded deer hide jacket
Description This deerskin jacket was purchased by the staff of Camp Kamaji at Cass Lake, Minnesota, from local Ojibwe craftsperson. The coat is decorated with appliques of cut glass beads sewn to bands of leather that are edged with cotton cloth; the back yoke is constructed in a similar manner. The jacket is trimmed with single and double fringes of deerskin. This item was likely from the Leech Lake Band of Ojibwe.
Quantity 1 item
Format Content Category: artifacts
Nomenclature coat (garment)
Materials leather
cotton (textile)
glass (material)
Creation Made in: Cass Lake, Cass County, Minnesota, United States
Made by: Ojibwe Indians
Subjects Owned/used by: Camp Kamaji (Cass Lake, Minn.)
Ojibwe Indians -- Costume.
Indian. Clothing. Outerwear. Coats & Vests
Dates Creation: Not later than 1935
Holding Type 3D Objects
Identifiers 9023.4 (Accession Number)

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