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Classifications: Furnishings and Equipment

Classifications: Furnishings and Equipment
Xákwl'ee shál
Tlingit
ca. 1880
91.1.93
Frontlet
Tlingit
81.17.1309
Eagle war helmet
Tlingit
ca. 1780
91.1.72
Seal dish
Northwest Coast
ca. 1860
94.35
Gambling sticks
Tlingit
late 19th century
91.1.98
Gambling sticks
Tlingit
late 19th century
91.1.99
'Kaakanél (Bent-corner dish with Orca design)
Kadyisdu.axch', Tlingit, Kiks.adi clan
ca. 1820
91.1.56
Adze (xút.aa)
Tlingit
ca. 1870-1900
91.1.91
Loon hat (kágeit s’aaxw)
Tlingit
ca. 1830
91.1.114
'Yaay s'ix' (carved dish)
Tlingit
ca. 1840
91.1.117
Naxw (Halibut hook)
Tlingit
ca. 1880
91.1.126
Crest headdress fragment
Tlingit
ca. 1840
91.1.138
Halibut hook (Naxw)
Tlingit
ca. 1890
91.1.105
Red-corner box
Tlingit
ca. 1890
96.101
Xúud sajee
Tlingit
ca. 1870
83.231
Pattern board
Tlingit
ca.1880
85.357
Shákee.át "Something on top"
Tlingit
ca. 1830, abalone rim ca. 1930
68.170
Tlingit
ca. 1890
91.1.110
Tlingit
81.17.1310.1
Tlingit
81.17.1310.2
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