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Lukwalil (feast dish)
Calvin Hunt (Tlasutiwalis)
1994
94.63
Leather jacket with bear design
Dorothy Grant
ca. 1995
2001.1076
yius (basket)
Cowlitz
ca. 1890s
93.74
Small bowl-shaped basket
Pima
ca. 1890
75.3
Dlam (interior housepost)
Arthur Shaughnessy (Hemasilakw)
ca. 1907
82.169.1
Dlam (interior housepost)
Arthur Shaughnessy (Hemasilakw)
ca. 1907
82.169.2
Mask of the Moon (Tl’uk)
Nuxalk
ca. 1880
91.1.95
Mask of Ḱumugwe’ (Chief of the Sea)
Kwakwaka'wakw
ca. 1880
91.1.30
Niijaang.u (portrait mask)
Haida
ca. 1840
91.1.38
Face mask
Haisla
ca. 1830
91.1.39
Qwa.a rudee or xoodee (chest)
Haida
ca. 1885
91.1.43
Model Totem Pole
Haida
early 20th century
91.1.45
Raven rattle
Tlingit
ca. 1850
91.1.57
Hinkeet'sam—Wolf or Serpent
Nuu'chah'nulth
ca. 1930
91.1.26
Guulaangw gyaat'aad (button robe)
John Yeltadzi
ca. 1890
91.1.65
Yéil X'eenh (Raven Screen)
Kadyisdu.axch', Tlingit, Kiks.adi clan
ca. 1810
79.98
Shaman Figure
Tlingit
ca. 1860
91.1.119
Daalaa stlagaa (bracelet)
Haida
ca. 1890
91.1.130
Xoots kudas' (Bear Chilkat shirt)
Angoon
ca. 1860
91.1.137
Argillite Sea Captain Figure
Haida
ca. 1850
91.1.106
Galukw'amhl (Mask of the Crooked Beak)
Willie Seaweed (Hilamas)
ca. 1940
91.1.1
Huxwhukw'iwe' (mask of the Huxwhukw)
Willie Seaweed (Hilamas)
ca. 1938
91.1.2
'Ma'ma'k'wagamhl (mask of the Moon)
Joe Seaweed
ca. 1945
91.1.3
Yadan (round rattle)
Mungo Martin (Nakapankam)
ca. 1940
91.1.4
Hat
Isabel Rorick
20th century
94.102
Mama'yutlamalagaml (Atlak'im Woman Giving Birth mask)
Mungo Martin (Nakapankam)
ca. 1940
91.1.7
Bent-corner chest
Captain (Richard) Carpenter (Du'klwayella)
ca. 1860
86.278
Naaxein
Tlingit
ca.1880
68.194
Button robe with shark design (Guulaangw gyaat'aad)
Kaigani Haida
late 19th century
83.238
Bagwikala (human being neck ring)
Mungo Martin (Nakapankam)
ca. 1910
83.241
Dla'ehl (Interior housepost)
Kwakwaka'wakw
ca. 1800
83.242
Seated human figure bowl
Coast Salish
pre-1800
83.223
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