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William Kasko, Cane, 1936, yellow cedar or crabapple with abalone shell inlay, Museum Purchase: Indian Collection Subscription Fund, Rasmussen Collection of Northwest Coast Indian Art, © artist or other rights holder, 48.3.450

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Title

Cane

Artist

William Kasko (Tlingit, ca. 1870-1940)

Date

1936

Medium

yellow cedar or crabapple with abalone shell inlay

Dimensions (H x W x D)

38 1/2 in

Collection Area

Native American Art

Category

Northwest Coast

Ceremonial and Ritual Objects

Object Type

ceremonial staff

Cultural Group

Tlingit

Credit Line

Museum Purchase: Indian Collection Subscription Fund, Rasmussen Collection of Northwest Coast Indian Art

Accession Number

48.3.450

Copyright

© artist or other rights holder

Terms

abalone shell

canes

Northwest Coast Native American styles

ravens

shell

staffs

Tlingit

yellow cypress

Place Made

Created in: Sitka

Location

Belluschi Building

Hoffman Wing

2nd Floor

Broughton Bishop Family Gallery

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