Mrs. Lone Dog (Pretty Eagle), Lakota / American, late 19th - early 20th century
Lakota (Teton Sioux)
Glass beads, Native-tanned hide, wood, cotton cloth, wool cloth, brass bells, horse hair, downy feathers, dye, ochre, cord, thread
Overall: 33 1/16 × 13 3/4 × 10 5/8 in. (84 × 35 × 27 cm)
Hood Museum of Art, Dartmouth: Bequest of Frank C. and Clara G. Churchill
Place Made: Fort Peck, United States, North America
Transportation: Human, Baby Carrier
Native American: Plains
Not on view
NAS 15, HIST 15, American Indians and American Expansion: 1800 to 1924, Colin Calloway, Spring 2014
A Space For Dialogue 8, An Economy in Transition: Art of the Plains at the Turn of the Twentieth Century, James Parker, Class of 2002, Curatorial Intern, Main Lobby, Hood Museum of Art, Dartmouth College, Hanover, New Hampshire, October 19-December 8, 2002.
Native American Art at Dartmouth: Highlights from the Hood Museum of Art, Hood Museum of Art, Dartmouth College, Hanover, New Hampshire, October 8, 2011-March 12, 2012.
Dean, Stephanie. "The Mother's Voice", A Video Tape Presentation for partial requirement of MALS Degree, Dartmouth College
Made by Pretty Eagle (Mrs. Lone Dog), Fort Peck, Montana; sold to Clara G. Corser Turner Churchill (1851-1945) and Frank Carroll Churchill (1850-1912), Fort Peck, Montana, probably 1908; bequeathed to present collection, 1946.
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