• Earthenware bowl

    Acoma Pueblo

    Bowl: white earthenware, painted with dark slip on white ground with striped curled design and dark leaves, narrow base, wide shoulder, rather small mouth has a 1.5 interior red band, Pinched construc…

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  • Earthenware bowl

    Maricopa or Isleta Indians

    Bowl: earthenware pot, spherical body, flared rim. Black painted decoration of winding devil's claw on tan ground. Dimensions are in inches: width = 0; length = 0; height = 4; diameter = 4.500

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  • Ceramic dish

    unknown

    Dish: small ceramic, crudely made; appears to have some mica flecks in clay; interior black, whitish exterior; Zuni written in pencil on base. Dimensions are in inches: width = 0; length = 0; height =…

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  • Ceramic bowl

    Pueblo of Santa Domingo

    Bowl: small ceramic, black with polished exterior; from the Pueblo of Santa Domingo (according to printed paper label on side). Dimensions are in inches: width = 0; length = 0; height = 2; diameter =…

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  • Ceramic cup

    Mexican Indians

    Cup: ceramic, made by Mexican potters; rounded lower section; upper half flares slightly to lip; painted orange, red and pink bands and floral decoration; handle on side.Dimensions are in inches: widt…

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  • Wine bottle fragment

    unknown

    Glass fragment: wine bottle fragment, Kickapoo village stockade; Brigham Collection.

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  • Wine bottle fragment

    unknown

    Glass fragment: wine bottle fragment, Kickapoo village stockade. Brigham Collection.

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  • Ceramic bowl

    by Native woman in Isleta, Texas in 1894

    Bowl: ceramic olla, red clay; spherical body, slightly flared rim; polished with a stone; coiled and pinched construction. Dimensions are in inches: width = 0; length = 0; height = 4; diameter = 5

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  • Ceramic cup

    Acoma Pueblo, New Mexico

    Cup: ceramic, black and red geometric design painted in colored slip on white ground; double intertwined handle on side; definite foot, Acoma Pueblo, white clay. Dimensions are in inches: width = 0; l…

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  • Ceramic bowl

    unknown

    Bowl: small ceramic, flattened bulbous body with slightly flared rim, mica mixed with clay for tempering. Dimensions are in inches: width = 0; length = 0; height = 1.750; diameter = 3

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  • Marriage bowl

    Probably Mexican

    Bowl, marriage: earthenware, spherical body, with four spouts; two handles cross at top; painted decoration in red stripes on buff body. Dimensions are in inches: width = 0; length = 0; height = 5.250…

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  • Ceramic pitcher

    Said to have been made near Manitou. (what state?)

    Pitcher: ceramic, black finish on red clay (caused by smothering the fire during firing); small loop handle and spout in front of opening. Dimensions are in inches: width = 0; length = 0; height = 2.5…

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  • Woven splint basket

    unknown

    Basket: Iroquois, woven of splint.

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  • Birch bark box

    Probably Micmac Indians of North New York state

    Box: made of porcupine quills and birch bark, wood frame, sides and front stitched in diagonal lines over quillwork, lid is completely quilled in leaf and geometric design, originally green, red, and…

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  • Birch bark dish

    Indians in the Great Lakes area

    Dish made of birch bark, octagonal center with 8 panels sewn to it with a slight slant, creating a shallow bowl; center is decorated with quillwork flower in red, greens and white; each panel is also…

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  • Coiled basket

    probably Apache

    Basket: large Indian, three rod coiled construction, stitched with yucca, four geometric triangular designs in red, black and purple. Dimensions are in inches: width = 0; length = 0; height = 4.500; d…

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  • Earthenware basket

    Zuni Indians

    Basket: earthenware basket made by Zuni Indians; souvenir of Gallup, New Mexico; rounded bowl, red floral and berry decoration painted on white ground; double intertwined handle at top; 35 cents writt…

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  • Handmade basket

    unknown

    Basket: handmade, Pima or Papago Indians, Yucca and devil's claw or martynia, 5 squares with brown dots.

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  • Splint basket

    by Iroquois Indians

    Basket: handmade, splint basket, plaited with 1/4 inch strips over wider strips (about 1 inch), bottom is all wider strips, two rows of wide splints above waist are dyed green and red and have splint…

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  • Ceramic bowl

    Zuni Indians

    Bowl: small ceramic pot, spherical body with relatively small mouth, flared rim; mica flecks mixed in clay for tempering; marked in white ink; R. A. B., also Zuni, written in white on one side. Dimens…

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