Works of: Native American

Works of: Native American
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Gyuugaa
Native American
ca. 1880
91.1.96.1
Gyuugaa
Native American
ca. 1880
91.1.96.2
Club
Coast Tsimshian
ca. 1850
97.37
Storage basket
British Columbian
late 19th century
2013.4.16
Qwa.a rudee (argillite chest)
Native American
ca. 1870
81.17.1304
Pipe
Native American
early 19th century
81.17.1305
Native American
81.17.1306
Rattle
Native American
81.17.1311
Model canoe paddle
Native American
ca. 1880 - 90
91.1.113.1
Model canoe paddle
Native American
ca. 1880 - 90
91.1.113.2
Model canoe paddle
Native American
ca. 1880 - 90
91.1.113.3
Model canoe paddle
Native American
ca. 1880 - 90
91.1.113.4
Bent-corner box
Native American
ca. 1860
94.33
Bowl
Native American
ca. 1870
94.34
Xaad tluwaa (model canoe)
Native American
ca. 1890
91.1.87
Corner Oriented Bentwood Box
Native American
19th century
91.1.94
Bracelet with totemic eagle design
Native American
ca. 1900
74.34
Bracelet with American eagle design
Native American
ca. 1900
74.35
Bracelet, American eagle design
Native American
ca. 1900
74.36
Headdress frontlet
Native American
ca. 1860
91.1.37
Niijaang.u (portrait mask)
Native American
ca. 1840
91.1.38
Horn spoon, two piece
Native American
ca. 1860
91.1.40
Sdláagwaal xasáa
Native American
ca. 1860
91.1.41
Xahliidaa.u
Native American
ca. 1835 - 55
91.1.42
Qwa.a rudee or xoodee (chest)
Native American
ca. 1885
91.1.43
Gyaa.angaa
Native American
ca. 1890
91.1.44
Model Totem Pole
Native American
early 20th century
91.1.45
Wooden Pipe
Native American
ca. 1870
91.1.50
Globular Rattle
Native American
ca. 1880
91.1.59
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
Gyaa.angaa
Native American
ca. 1870
91.1.67
Argillite Model Totem Pole
Native American
ca. 1900 - 20
91.1.68
Platter (qwa.a. qiihlaa)
Native American
ca. 1885
91.1.73
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