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Red Wing boots and box
A pair of custom made Irish Setter model Red Wing brand boots and box, used by Joe Campbell, an anti-nuclear activist from the Prairie Island Indian Community of Mdewakanton Dakota, circa the late 20th century. The boots are shown with the laces loosely threaded, as Campbell preferred to wear them. The boots were part of Campbell's "uniform," worn on most public or official occasions. See the rest of Campbell's outfit (2009.140.1.A-G); the pieces were made for or given to Campbell and so have special significance.
Content Category: artifacts
9 1/4 inches height (boots)
12 1/2 inches width (boots)
4 1/2 inches depth (boots)
4 5/8 inches height (box)
14 3/8 inches width (box)
10 3/4 inches depth (box)
Owned/used by: Campbell, Joseph B.
Used by: Prairie Island Indian Community in the State of Minnesota
Mississippi River Basin Alliance
Used by: Prairie Island Indian Community
Used by: Mdewakanton Indians
Indian. Clothing. Footwear
Clothing. Men's Footwear & Hosiery
Creation: Not later than 1999 (Date object was donated to the Minnesota Historical Society.)
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2009.140.2.A-C (Accession Number)