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Янктон, 1905. Red Owl, Black Thunder, Stone Arthur, Charging Bear, Iron Owl, Big Tobacco, Yellow Thunder.

Янктон, 1905. Red Owl, Black Thunder, Stone Arthur, Charging Bear, Iron Owl, Big Tobacco, Yellow Thunder.

native american, America, Sioux beaded hide tobacco bag, circa 1900, sinew-sewn using bead colors of red white-heart, cobalt, medium blue, greasy yellow, pea green, and white.

native american, America, Sioux beaded hide tobacco bag, circa 1900, sinew-sewn using bead colors of red white-heart, cobalt, medium blue, greasy yellow, pea green, and white.

Sioux pictorial beaded and fringed hide tobacco bag composed of finely tanned hide decorated with yellow ochre, finely sinew-sewn in numerous colors of glass beadwork against a light blue ground, with equestrian figures on both sides,

Sioux pictorial beaded and fringed hide tobacco bag composed of finely tanned hide decorated with yellow ochre, finely sinew-sewn in numerous colors of glass beadwork against a light blue ground, with equestrian figures on both sides,

Rhus Used by Native Americans  important part of their lives. crushed the berries to make a tart drink similar to lemonade and the bark was used in tanning, while the roots produced a lovely yellow dye.  ailments from ringworm and hemorrhoids to bleeding gums. leaves gathered in the fall once they changed to red to be mixed with their tobacco as a flavoring. poison sumac, Toxicodendron vernix which can be identified by its white berries and its love for wet and boggy conditions

Rhus Used by Native Americans important part of their lives. crushed the berries to make a tart drink similar to lemonade and the bark was used in tanning, while the roots produced a lovely yellow dye. ailments from ringworm and hemorrhoids to bleeding gums. leaves gathered in the fall once they changed to red to be mixed with their tobacco as a flavoring. poison sumac, Toxicodendron vernix which can be identified by its white berries and its love for wet and boggy conditions

Circa 1880-1890's, crossed American flags, framed by initials "B.H." above and peace pipe below. Design elements indicate Sioux style. This could be a presentation piece for President Benjamin Harrison is not unreasonable. Comment: That's possible, but flags were often put into beadwork. It could have been a gift (or bribe) for a fort or reservation officer. Or it could have been the maker's own initials and his intent was to manifest his loyalty to the land -- after all, this is our home.

Circa 1880-1890's, crossed American flags, framed by initials "B.H." above and peace pipe below. Design elements indicate Sioux style. This could be a presentation piece for President Benjamin Harrison is not unreasonable. Comment: That's possible, but flags were often put into beadwork. It could have been a gift (or bribe) for a fort or reservation officer. Or it could have been the maker's own initials and his intent was to manifest his loyalty to the land -- after all, this is our home.

beaded hide tobacco bag, thread and sinew-sewn and beaded using colors of red white-heart, greasy yellow, white, light blue, and pea green [in a geometric design]; bag finished with quilled slats and hide fringe, total length 38 in. Арапахо.

beaded hide tobacco bag, thread and sinew-sewn and beaded using colors of red white-heart, greasy yellow, white, light blue, and pea green [in a geometric design]; bag finished with quilled slats and hide fringe, total length 38 in. Арапахо.

American Indian Art:Beadwork and Quillwork, A Sioux Beaded Hide Tobacco Bag. c. 1885...

American Indian Art:Beadwork and Quillwork, A Sioux Beaded Hide Tobacco Bag. c. 1885...

Arapaho Beaded Hide Tobacco Bag 9/20/2013 - Fall American Indian Art thread and sinew-sewn and beaded using colors of red white-heart, greasy yellow, white, light blue, and pea green; bag finished with quilled slats and hide fringe, total length 38 in. late 19th century Sold: $1,722.00 year 2014

Arapaho Beaded Hide Tobacco Bag 9/20/2013 - Fall American Indian Art thread and sinew-sewn and beaded using colors of red white-heart, greasy yellow, white, light blue, and pea green; bag finished with quilled slats and hide fringe, total length 38 in. late 19th century Sold: $1,722.00 year 2014

Recent Chumash pipe bag of brain tanned hide. Old glass beads in red, light blue, dark blue and mustard.

Recent Chumash pipe bag of brain tanned hide. Old glass beads in red, light blue, dark blue and mustard.

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