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Sioux artist

Pipe bowl, about 1800

  • Catlinite, lead
  • Great Plains, United States
  • H: 1 1/4 in, W: 4 in, D: 2 1/2 in (H: 3.2 cm, W: 10.2 cm, D: 6.3 cm)
  • Gift of Captain Douglas, 1822
  • E3692
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Anishinaabe (Chippewa/Ojibwa) artist

Pipe, about 1825

  • Wood, catlinite, paint, metal
  • Great Lakes, North America
  • L: 29 1/4 in, dia.: 1 1/2 in (L: 74.3 cm)
  • Gift of Col. Enos Cutler, 1827
  • E3694
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Anishinaabe (Chippewa/Ojibwa) artist

Pipe, before 1800

  • Clay, ivory, bone, metal
  • Great Lakes, North America
  • L: 12 in, W: 3/4 in, D: 1 1/2 in (L: 30.5 cm, W: 1.9 cm, D: 3.8 cm)
  • Donor unknown, 1800
  • E3695
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Inunaina (Arapaho) artist

Flute, 19th century

  • Wood, leather, lead
  • Great Plains, United States
  • L: 21 7/8 in, dia.: 1 in (L: 55.6 cm, dia.: 2.5 cm)
  • Museum Purchase, 1884
  • E3699
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Oglala Lakota (Oglala Sioux) artist

Tomahawk pipe, 19th century

  • Wood, steel
  • Great Plains, United States
  • L: 24 7/8 in, W: 8 5/8 in, D: 7/8 in (L: 63.2 cm, W: 21.9 cm, D: 2.2 cm)
  • Gift of Walter J. Stickney, 1888
  • E3702
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Hopi Pueblo artist

Corn parching sticks, 19th century

  • Wood
  • Southwestern United States
  • L: 33 1/4 in, dia.: 3/8 in (L: 84.5 cm, dia.: 1.0 cm)
  • Gift of the Smithsonian Institution, 1884
  • E3706
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Mi'kmaq (Micmac) artist

Pair of moccasins, early 19th century

  • Leather, wool, glass, silk
  • Northeastern Maine, United States and Canadian Maritimes
  • H: 4 3/4 in, W: 3 1/2 in, D: 8 3/4 in (H: 12.1 cm, W: 8.9 cm, D: 22.2 cm)
  • Donor unknown, before 1900
  • E3707
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Huron artist

Moccasin, late 18th-early 19th century

  • Leather, moose hair, tin, porcupine quill
  • Northeastern United States and Southeastern Canada
  • L: 9 1/4 in, W: 3 1/2 in, D: 1 3/4 in (L: 23.5 cm, W: 8.9 cm, D: 4.4 cm)
  • E3708
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Possibly Dakota (Eastern Sioux) artist

Moccasin, about 1820

  • Buffalo hide, porcupine quill
  • Eastern Plains, United States
  • H: 4 in, D: 10 1/8 in, W: 4 in (H: 10.2 cm, D: 25.7 cm)
  • Gift of Captain David Bates Douglass, 1822
  • E3710
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Possibly Huron artist

Moccasins, early 1800s

  • Deerskin, silk, metal
  • New York, Great Lakes, United States
  • L: 10 in, W: 3 1/2 in, D: 3 3/4 in (L: 25.4 cm, W: 8.9 cm, D: 9.5 cm)
  • Donor unknown, before 1900
  • E3712
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