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  • Northwest Coast Carving [Object]

    At some stage in its history, this top-heavy carved figure fell forward and snapped its arms. They were subsequently replaced. Unfortunately, the original position of the arms would have indicated...

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  • Squash Blossom Necklace [Object]

    Squash blossom necklaces are some of the most well known designs of Native American jewellery. These silver and turquoise designs are emblematic of the native culture in the southwest. Turquoise...

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  • Indian Birdstone [Object]

    This beautiful, abstract, object is one of the oldest items in the Museum’s collection. It was made around 3,000 years ago, using the ‘peck and grind’ system. The stone was...

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  • Native American striped blanket [Object]

    Little is known about this large woven blanket that has been identified as created by Native Americans. Traditionally blankets made by the Navajo were used as shawls, bed coverings, or...

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  • Native American striped blanket [Object]

    Little is known about this large woven blanket that has been identified as created by Native Americans. Traditionally blankets made by the Navajo were used as shawls, bed coverings, or...

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  • Indian Birdstone [Object]

    This beautiful, abstract, object is one of the oldest items in the Museum’s collection. It was made around 3,000 years ago, using the ‘peck and grind’ system. The stone was...

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  • Chief American Horse and Squaw – Sioux [Object]

    This is one of several photographs of Native Americans that were taken by Frank Albert Rinehart and his assistant Adolph Mühr at the Omaha Indian Congress in Nebraska. The congress...

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  • American Horse and Family – Sioux [Object]

    This is one of several photographs of Native Americans that were taken by Frank Albert Rinehart and his assistant Adolph Mühr at the Omaha Indian Congress in Nebraska. The congress...

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  • Geronimo (Goyaalé) Apache [Object]

    This is one of several photographs of Native Americans that were taken by Frank Albert Rinehart and his assistant Adolph Mühr at the Omaha Indian Congress in Nebraska. The congress...

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  • White Swan – Crow [Object]

    This is one of several photographs of Native Americans that were taken by Frank Albert Rinehart and his assistant Adolph Mühr at the Omaha Indian Congress in Nebraska. The congress...

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