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Apache quiver and arrows
67.199.8.A-F

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Description An Apache rawhide quiver (.A) trimmed with leather and glass beads circa the second half of the 19th century. Some red and green paint remains on the rawhide and leather. The top is trimmed with black, white and blue glass beads and has diamond shaped cutouts in the leather cap. The leather band at the center is fringed and has also has diamond shaped cutouts. A looped leather thong is attached at one end. The quiver contains five painted wooden arrows (.B-F). Two arrows retain their metal tips, others retain fragments of feathers attached to the shafts.
Quantity 6 items
Format Content Category: artifacts
Measurements 28 inches length quiver
4 1/8 inches width quiver
1 5/8 inches depth quiver
Nomenclature Quiver
Arrow
Creation Made by Apache Indians
Subjects Made by Apache Indians
Used in United States
Indian. Armaments. Accessories
Indian. Armaments. Tools & Equipment. Edged
Dates Creation: Approximately 1860
Credit Line Minnesota Historical Society Collections
Holding Type 3D Objects
ID Number 67.199.8.A-F
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User Comments

  • Ralph Anderson on July 2, 2012 01:37:38 PM

    I wish I could go back in time to live with and learn the lifestyle of the original Oceti Sakowin people of my area. As I get older my heart aches to know more about these wonderful people. I'm becoming very dis-illusioned with this world we have now. I am missing people and a lifestyle that I don't even know. God Bless Native America and all the Oceti Sakowin from the past to the present. Wahpekute Cante Ska. Woksape Cante. Oceti Sakowin Cante.

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