• Prayer stick replica

    William Brigham

    Stick, prayer: Kickapoo prayer stick (replica), half-size model of sticks used by the Praying Kickapoos in their religious ceremonies, carved pine slat. Dimensions are in inches: width = 2.625; length…

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  • Grave marker

    unknown

    Tombstone: Kickapoo grave marker of Sara Cadue; other faint markings.

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  • Pipe

    Made by Sioux Indians

    Pipe: a) pipe bowl: large red catlinite t-shaped bowl with carved rings; b) stem: wood stem with red dyed horsehair and braided quill decoration in red, green and yellow. Dimensions are in inches: wid…

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  • Prayer stick reproduction

    Wm. Brigham

    Stick, prayer: reproduction of Kickapoo Indian prayer stick, oblong shape, rectangle across bottom and near top, words painted on stick, separated vertically by X KIN MY NAME LIFE HEART & FLESH HEART…

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  • Grave marker

    unknown

    Tombstone: wooden Kickapoo Indian grave marker; pointed at top, bottom rotted away. Dimensions are in inches: width = 3.5; length = 17.5; height = 0; diameter = 0

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  • Prayer stick replica

    Wendall Fuller

    Stick, prayer: Kickapoo Indian prayer stick (replica), full-scale copy of original in Smithsonian Institution collections (#178369), maple wood. Dimensions are in inches: width = 0; length = 12.5; hei…

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  • Stone pipe

    unknown

    Pipe: stone, shaped like small platform pipe; flat base with groove and hole; cylindrical expanding bowl set at right angle.

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  • Prayer stick reproduction

    William Brigham

    Stick, prayer: reproduction, Kickapoo prayer stick, oblong shape with rectangle across bottom and near top, carved walnut, carved on front, separated vertically by x, KIN MYNAME LIFE HEART-FLESH HEART…

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