Bandolier Bag

White Earth Nation
Anishinaabe (Ojibwe / Chippewa)
Great Lakes Woodlands
Woodlands

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about 1900

Glass trade beads, cotton cloth, silk

Overall: 44 7/8 × 14 3/16 in. (114 × 36 cm)

Hood Museum of Art, Dartmouth: Bequest of Frank C. and Clara G. Churchill

46.17.9872

Geography

Place Made: White Earth Reservation, United States, North America

Period

20th century

Object Name

Personal Gear: Bag

Research Area

Native American

Native American: Woodlands

Not on view

Course History

NAS 10, ANTH 4, Peoples and Cultures of Native North America, Sergei Kan, Spring 2012

NAS 10, ANTH 4, Peoples and Cultures of Native North America, Sergei Kan, Winter 2013

NAS 10, ANTH 4, Peoples and Cultures of Native North America, Sergei Kan, Winter 2015

NAS 10, ANTH 4, Peoples and Cultures of Native North America, Sergei Kan, Winter 2015

Exhibition History

Native American Designs of the Northern Woodlands, Alvin P. Gutman Gallery, Hood Museum of Art, Dartmouth College, Hanover, New Hampshire, February 20, 1995-February 9, 1997.

Publication History

Upper Valley Magazine Preview of the Arts, Upper Valley Magazine, Volume 9, Number 4, July/August 1995, ill. p. 57

Jacquelynn Baas, From "a few curious Elephants Bones" to Picasso, Dartmouth Alumni Magazine, September, 1985, Hanover, New Hampshire: Dartmouth College, 1985, pp. 37-43, ill. p. 41

[Northern, Tamara]. "Native American Art". Hanover, New Hampshire: Hood Museum of Art, page 28 . (Published in conjunctionwith Gutman Gallery opening exhibition)

Provenance

Unknown Maker, White Earth Reservation, 1906; sold to Clara G. Corser Turner Churchill (1851-1945) and Frank Carroll Churchill (1850-1912), White Earth Reservation, Minnesota, 1906-1909; bequeathed to present collection, 1946.

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