Dakota pipestone hatchet pipe

Titles Dakota pipestone hatchet pipe
Description Pipe made from pipestone (catlinite) and carved into a hatchet. Stem made from sumac and incised with four colored bands and decorated with buckskin with feathers and beads. Made by Bob Crooks, Dakota, Saint Paul, Minnesota in the 1970s. Distributed by Neva Williams and American Indian Products Company, Incorporated.
Quantity 1 item
Format Content Category: artifacts
Measurements 10 1/4 inches length (stem)
3 1/4 inches width (stem)
8 1/4 inches width (stem with fringe)
2 1/2 inches length (pipe)
2 1/2 inches width (pipe)
5/8 inch height (pipe)
Nomenclature pipe (smoking equipment)
Materials catlinite
sumac (wood)
feather (material)
bead (pierced object)
glass (material)
metal
Creation Made by: Crooks, Bob
Made by: Oceti Sakowin
Made in: Saint Paul, Ramsey County, Minnesota, United States
Made by: Dakota Indians
Subjects Distributed by: American Indian Products Company, Inc.
Distributed by: Williams, Neva
Indian. Ceremonial Artifacts. Smoking Equipment
Dates Creation: Approximately 1970 - 1979
Holding Type 3D Objects
Identifiers 1992.174.4.A,B (Accession Number)

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