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Ojibwe beaded bandolier bag
Ojibwe bandolier bag backed with cotton and trimmed with faded blue braid. The loom-woven beadwork consists of both geometric and floral patterns in many colors on a white bead background. The bottom edge has woven beaded tabs that terminate in yarn tassels. The bandolier bag was presented to Minnesota governor Lucius F. Hubbard [1882-1887] by five Ojibwe chiefs from the Mille Lacs Band of Ojibwe, Minnesota.
Content Category: artifacts
36 inches length (overall length to bottom of side ribbons)
5 inches width (strap width)
10 inches height (beaded pocket panel including oval beaded band)
10 1/2 inches width (beaded pocket panel including oval beaded band)
5 3/4 inches height (red fabric panel above pocket)
11 inches width (red fabric panel above pocket)
9 7/8 inches length (pocket opening)
3 1/2 inches length (integrated fringe; no tassels below; without warped threads)
Made by: Ojibwe Indians
Given by: Mille Lacs Band of Ojibwe
Received by: Hubbard, Lucius Frederick
Used in: Mille Lacs Reservation, Minnesota, United States
Used in: Lake Chippewa, Minnesota, United States
Ojibwe Indians -- Government relations.
Ojibwe Indians -- Costume.
Indian. Clothing. Accessories. Bags & Pouches. Bandolier
Creation: Not earlier than 1880 - Not later than 1887
Minnesota Historical Society Collections
|Holding Type||3D Objects|
64.155.29 (Accession Number)