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Classifications: Furnishings and Equipment

Classifications: Furnishings and Equipment
Cradleboard doll
Plateau
late 1800s
93.73
Food Dish (Beaver)
Tsimshian
19th century
91.1.74
S'íx'
Northern Northwest Coast
ca. 1850
91.1.85
Tsa'batsi'
Kwakwaka'wakw
ca. 1890
91.1.28
Headdress frontlet (‘Paxewe’)
Kwakwaka'wakw
ca. 1890
91.1.29
Gaylth (dish)
Tsimshian
ca. 1860
91.1.52
Ladle
Northern Northwest Coast
19th century
91.1.128
Mat creaser
Salish
ca. 1900
91.1.141
Rug
Navajo
81.17.1990
Rug
Navajo
81.17.1991
Tweezers
Peruvian
ca. 1000-1440 A.D.
70.114
Bent-corner chest
Captain (Richard) Carpenter (Du'klwayella)
ca. 1860
86.278
Qíihlaa (feast dish)
Kaigani Haida
ca. 1850
83.230
Serving Spool
Makah
19th century
92.11
Blanket
Navajo
late 19th century
81.17.1341
Kwak'wanigaml (Heron headdress)
Herbert Johnson
ca. 1890
91.1.31
Katsanak
Kwakwaka'wakw
ca. 1890
91.1.19
S'íx'
Northern Northwest Coast
ca. 1870
91.1.64
Headdress body
Northern Northwest Coast
ca. 1900
91.1.112
Frontlet
Native American
81.17.1309
Headdress frontlet
Native American
ca. 1860
91.1.37
Qwa.a rudee or xoodee (chest)
Native American
ca. 1885
91.1.43
Xoots l'oo shádaa (Brown bear helmet)
Native American
ca. 1850
91.1.51
Bent-corner Tool Chest
Native American
ca. 1870-1900
91.1.60
Bentwood Chest
Native American
19th century
91.1.61
Ruda or Xooda (bent-corner box)
Native American
ca. 1870
91.1.63
Eagle war helmet
Native American
ca. 1780
91.1.72
Bent-corner box
Native American
ca. 1860
94.33
Bowl
Native American
ca. 1870
94.34
Seal dish
Native American
ca. 1860
94.35
Adze (xút.aa)
Native American
ca. 1870-1900
91.1.91
Xákwl'ee shál
Native American
ca. 1880
91.1.93
Corner Oriented Bentwood Box
Native American
19th century
91.1.94
Gambling sticks
Native American
late 19th century
91.1.98
Gambling sticks
Native American
late 19th century
91.1.99
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Seattle Art Museum acknowledges that we are on the traditional homelands of the Duwamish and the customary territories of the Suquamish and Muckleshoot Peoples. As a cultural and educational institution, we honor our ongoing connection to these communities past, present, and future. We also acknowledge the urban Native peoples from many Nations who call Seattle their home.