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Coast Salish Cape

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Patti Puhn, Coast Salish Cape, 2012, yellow cedar, cotton thread, and fur with abalone shell inlay, Museum Purchase: Funds from Native American Art Council, © unknown, research required, 2012.129.1

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Title

Coast Salish Cape

Artist

Patti Puhn (American and Squaxin Island, active 21st century)

Date

2012

Medium

yellow cedar, cotton thread, and fur with abalone shell inlay

Dimensions (H x W x D)

35 1/2 in x 20 in

Collection Area

Native American Art; Modern and Contemporary Art

Category

Northwest Coast

Clothing and Textiles

Object Type

cape

Culture

American

Cultural Group

Coast Salish

Tribe/Nation

Squaxin Island

Credit Line

Museum Purchase: Funds from Native American Art Council

Accession Number

2012.129.1

Copyright

© unknown, research required

Terms

abalone shell

capes

Coast Salish

cotton

fur

Northwest Coast Native American styles

yellow cypress

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