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Pipe bag Pipe bag

Pipe bag, of buckskin, decorated with beads, dyed horsehair, and tin cones, fringed with thongs and strips of rawhide wrapped with porcupine quills, used to hold both pipe and tobacco: North America, USA, Northern or Central Plains, possibly Lakota Sioux or Cheyenne, late 19th century

Snowshoe Snowshoe

Snowshoe with elliptical wooden frame, two wooden cross bars, and interstices filled with rawhide network painted red and black: North America, Canada, Athabaskan, from the Mackenzie River District

Snowshoe Snowshoe

Snowshoe with elliptical wooden frame, two wooden cross bars, and interstices filled with rawhide network painted red and black: North America, Canada, Athabaskan, from the Mackenzie River District

Chariot / reconstruction Chariot / reconstruction

Reconstruction of Newbridge chariot, made from wood (mostly ash), rawhide, iron and feathers, made by Robert Hurford, with ironwork by Pete Hill at Ratho Byres Forge, 2007

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