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Wrangell Medicine Man with dreadlocks, Tlingit, c. 1900.

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Indian Artifact, American Culture

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American Culture, Secret Inspiration

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American Culture, American Beautiful, Native American

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Eskimo Women’s Knife (Ulu); Walrus Ivory Handle, Steel Blade | ca. 1890

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Bowl with human head figure, 11th-14th centuries AD, southeastern Missouri, Mississippian culture

Bowl [Mississippian peoples; Missouri] (79.8.10)| Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

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Native American trade silver cones and ear bobs.

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Native American silver, turquoise, and coral pieces. Mostly Navajo. Collection of Stephen Parfitt, Springfield Illinois.

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American Culture, Collection

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Turquoise Flower Pin

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Infinity of Nations: Art and History in the Collections of the National Museum of the American Indian - George Gustav Heye Center, New York

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Hodges engraved, head pot Earthenware 1600-1700 On loan to the Historic Arkansas Museum from the Proctor Collection of Henderson State University L2002.114

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THREE SIOUX QUILLED HIDE HAIR DROPS.

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North American, American Image, American Culture

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Trade Beads, Beads Design

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Ancient Native American fox skull disc pendant, Lancaster County Pennsylvania. Collection of Stephen Parfitt, Springfield Illinois.

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Ancient Native American child's toy, 2" long hardstone granite 3/4 groove axe head, private Ohio collection.

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Ancient Petroglyphs New Mexico

Ancient Petroglyphs

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WALRUS IVORY CARVINGS c. 1900

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Poverty Point culture stone carved beads.The stone bead at the top of this picture is believed to represent a stylized version of a cicada or locust. Its main feature is the upswept wings that extend beyond the body. It was made by a Poverty Point craftsmen sometime between 3,350 and 3,730 years ago. Alabama.

Stone carved cicada bead and other animal effigy beads.

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Shield with Buffalo Bull and Thunderbird. Crow Culture, Montana, 1800-1825. Field Museum of Natural History, Chicago (71765)

Shield with Buffalo Bull and Thunderbird | Crow

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Oneida Nation, Wolf Clan, antique wolf effigy speaker's staff or swagger stick, carved wood with brass tack eyes. Mid 1800s to 1870s. Native American art artifacts carving totem

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Ancient Eskimo carved bone and ivory artifacts.

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