Adult costume with black ribbon (a), blue ribbon (b), pink kerchief (c), blue shawl (d), ribbons (e), silver beads (f), white beads (g), blue skirt (h), and leggings (i). Used by woman, a fortune tell…
Green stone. A roughly pyramidal form, solid, and perforated at the base. Green stone. A roughly pyramidal form, solid, and perforated at the base.
""Seed"" beads, loomed, white with blues and reds, geometric design, 2 buttons made from 1910 and 1912 U.S. Liberty dimes, Native American, Great Lakes region
Woven straw, felt soles, rubber heel, brocade thong, circular piece of paper marked with japanese characters. Marked on heel with 'TOKYO ONISHI'.
Handwoven, inkle or card woven, self fringe, red, blue, white, pink, Alaska, Eskimo.
Round, flat top, ivory, wide flat base. Barrow, Alaska.
Carved wooden handle with metal tip attached to a half moon-shaped blade, which extends to 5 1/2 inch (14 cm) overall length.
Costume of man who teaches tricks to monkeys.
White, l piece, circular, Hohokam culture, Pacific Coast shell. Found in Arizona in grave.
Woven shoulder bag with 35' L x 3' W strap, 5 strips, 3' W, sewn together to form main piece, another strip, 53' L x 3' W forms sides and strap, green background, dark red-brown, white threads form 5…
Round, flat top, self loop, found ruins of Ghazi.
Part of an Indian smoking pipe, bull's head ornamentation, geometric carved trim.
Woven jute sandals with string uppers in a bag. Very fine brown rope woven bag. Handle attached to top. Found in Ewing Cultural Center museum.
Tin box with pattern pressed into the metal.
Bronze tweezers with dot and swirl design on both sides. Lambayegue Province, Peru
Pottery, black. Mississippian pattern of prehistoric Illinois Native American.
Monkey form with low relief molded features, arms are bent to the breasts. Some incised lines appear across the back.
a-b. Each earring is roughly circular in shape with expansion gap.
Cotton, woman's skirt, purple fabric with yellow, black and white vertical pin stripes. (Fabric was purchased in Thailand and made into a skirt at the museum.)