Indian Curios, Alaska, U.S., 1887
Black and white photographic image of Northwest Coast culture area items, displayed stackeds against a wall and mounted on the wall, probably in Alaska, US, 1887. Among them are feast dishes, bentwood boxes, halibut hooks, ceremonial masks, a fish killing club, a dance apron, arrows, a drum, sculptures, a hat with potlatch rings, collars, speaker's staffs, a neck ring, a horn spoon, a beaded bag, and a necklace.
Creation Date: 1887
Catalog ID: 2012.0.343
Call Number: 2012.0.343
Object Types: print, photographic, card, boudoir
Dimensions: image height 4.125 in . image width 7.25 in . overall height 5.125 in . overall width 8.5 in
Related Subjects: Northwest Coast culture area, Haida, Tlingit, North American Indian, dish, feast, box, bentwood, hook, halibut, mask, ceremonial, club, fishing, dance apron, arrow, drum, sculpture, hat, collar, ceremonial, staff, speaker's, neck ring, spoon, horn, bag, beaded, necklace
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