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    Coat of European cut made of buckskin and porcupine quills (1830)

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    • RAH & Co

      Coat of European cut made of buckskin and porcupine quills, mid 19th century Source: collections.mohistory.org

    • Roseanne Freese

      Coat of European cut made of buckskin and porcupine quills (1830) Metis?

    • Donna Lee

      European Coat Cut Made Of Buckskin & Porcupine Quills c1830

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