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Bandolier Bag

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Ojibwa artist, Bandolier Bag, ca. 1860, glass beads on commercially dyed wool yarn, velvet, and cotton, The Elizabeth Cole Butler Collection, no known copyright restrictions, 2013.38.38

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Title

Bandolier Bag

Artist

Ojibwa artist (Ojibwa)

Date

ca. 1860

Medium

glass beads on commercially dyed wool yarn, velvet, and cotton

Dimensions (H x W x D)

34 1/2 in x 12 3/4 in

Collection Area

Native American Art

Category

Woodlands

Bags and Pouches

Object Type

bandolier bag

Cultural Group

Ojibwa/Chippewa

Credit Line

The Elizabeth Cole Butler Collection

Accession Number

2013.38.38

Copyright

no known copyright restrictions

Terms

bags

bandolier bags

beads

cotton

flowers

glass

Great Lake and Central Woodland Native American styles

Ojibwa

The Elizabeth Cole Butler Collection

velvet

wool

yarn

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