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Brooklyn Museum: Arts of the Americas: Man's Pair of Moccasins Arapaho.

Man's Pair of Mocassins. Hide, beads, 10 x 3 in. x 10 cm).

Pair of moccasins Northeastern Woodlands ca. 1900

Pair of moccasins Northeastern Woodlands ca.

Boy's moccasin (one of a pair) Apache ca. 1860s

fringe of buckskin on heels dyed blue, and blue tufts of hair on foot.

Osage, Native American. Pair of Moccasins, early 20th century. Hide, beads, Each: 10 13/16 x 4 5/16 in. (27.5 x 11 cm). Brooklyn Museum, Museum Expedition 1911, Museum Collection Fund, 11.694.9035a-b. Creative Commons-BY (Photo: Brooklyn Museum, 11.694.9035a-b_PS2.jpg)

Pair of Moccasins, early century. Hide, beads, Each: 10 x 4 in. x 11 cm).

Probably Sioux, Native American. Pair of Boy's Moccasins, early 20th century. Rawhide, beads, 7 1/2 x 2 3/4 in. (19.1 x 7 cm).

Probably Sioux, Native American. Pair of Boy's Moccasins, early century. Rawhide, beads, 7 x 2 in. x 7 cm).

These buckskin moccasins above, notable for their geometric beadwork and red tassels, date from the 20th century. They were made by Julia Lucinda, a member of the Rosebud Sioux tribe. Crafted from hide, glass beads, cotton fabric and sinew, the moccasins are a superb example of Sioux decorative techniques. The Rosebud Sioux are a branch of the Lakota people of South Dakota.

These buckskin moccasins date from the century. They were made by Julia Lucinda, a member of the Rosebud Sioux tribe. Crafted from hide, glass beads, cotton fabric and sinew,

Pair of moccasins Sioux ca. late 19th Century

Buckskin with leather sole; covered with beadwork decoration.

Woman's legging (one of a pair) Sioux ca. late 1880s

Buckskin, ornamented with a geometric design worked with strings of beads tacked by parallel lines of sewing about one centimeter apart. Design is blue, green, red, and bronze on a white ground. Fringe with metal ends on one side.

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