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Leggings worn for ceremonies

Part of Northwest Coast Hall.

From the Haida people, several ornate leggings worn for ceremonies. They are shown as flat pieces of fabric made of wool and cotton cloth, hide, pigment, and beaver fur.

Collection Information

(First column, top)

Catalog No: 16 / 330 A
Culture: HAIDA
Locale: NORTHWEST COAST
Region: NORTHWEST COAST
Country: USA?, CANADA?
Material: CLOTH (WOOL, COTTON), HIDE, PIGMENT, FUR (BEAVER)
Dimensions: A) L:27 W:35 [in CM]
Acquisition Year: 1869-1890 [GIFT]
Donor: BISHOP, HEBER R.

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(Second column, top)

Catalog No: 16 / 328
Culture: HAIDA
Locale: BC
Country: CANADA
Material: CLOTH (MOUNTAIN GOAT WOOL), BEAD (GLASS), BEAK (PUFFIN BIRD)
Dimensions: L:34 W:33 [in CM]
Acquisition Year: 1869-1890 [GIFT]
Donor: BISHOP, HEBER R.

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