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Works of: Native American

Works of: Native American
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Shaman's Charm
Native American
ca. 1880
91.1.88
S'eik daakeit
Native American
ca. 1830
91.1.116
Tripod basket
Native American
20th century
2013.4.14
Kadádzaa yéit (berry basket)
Native American
ca. early 20th century
2013.4.15
Native American
81.17.1307
Frontlet
Native American
81.17.1309
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
Ixt'i ku lax'keit (Shaman's mask)
Native American
ca. 1850
91.1.84
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
Gambling sticks
Native American
late 19th century
91.1.98
Gambling sticks
Native American
late 19th century
91.1.99
Xoots l'oo shádaa (Brown bear helmet)
Native American
ca. 1850
91.1.51
Horn spoon, two piece
Native American
ca. 1880
91.1.53
'Kaakanél (Bent-corner dish with Orca design)
Native American, Kadyisdu.axch', Tlingit, Kiks.adi clan
ca. 1820
91.1.56
Raven rattle
Native American
ca. 1850
91.1.57
Sheishoox (rattle)
Native American
ca. 1870
91.1.58
Native American
ca. 1880
91.1.66
Eagle war helmet
Native American
ca. 1780
91.1.72
Ixti'ku gwal'aa (Emaciated Shaman dagger)
Native American
ca. 1770
91.1.75
Kudas' Dance Shirt
Native American
ca. 1890
91.1.77
Octopus Bag (Naakw gwéil)
Native American
ca. 1890
91.1.78
Xoots kudás (Bear shirt)
Native American
ca. 1890
91.1.80
Yéil kudás' (Split Raven shirt)
Deisheetaan clan, Angoon
ca. 1895
91.1.81
Beaded buckskin belt
Native American
ca. 1900
91.1.123
Naxw (Halibut hook)
Native American
ca. 1880
91.1.126
Xoots kudas' (Bear Chilkat shirt)
Angoon
ca. 1860
91.1.137
Crest headdress fragment
Native American
ca. 1840
91.1.138
Basket: Orca whale design
Native American
ca. 1910
91.1.100
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