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Drinking cup made of mountain sheep horn

Part of Northwest Coast Hall.

From the Tlingit people of Alaska, a drinking cup made of mountain sheep horn. The string and toggle were used to fasten it to the belt when traveling.

Exhibition Text

Drinking cup made of mountain sheep horn. The string and toggle were used to fasten the cup to the belt when one was traveling. 

Collection Information

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NORTH AMERICAN ETHNOGRAPHIC COLLECTION
Catalog No: E/ 366
Culture: TLINGIT, CHILKAT QWAN
Locale: AK, HAINES BOROUGH, KLUKWAN, CHILKAT QWAN
Region: NORTHWEST COAST
Country: USA
Material: HORN (MOUNTAIN SHEEP)
Dimensions: L:21.5 D:12.2 [in CM]
Acquisition Year: 1894 [EXPEDITION]
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