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Peace pipe-stem made of wood. Flat rectangular cross-section. Bound with colourful quill decorations showing animals and insects. Remains of bright green feathers on skin, at end nearest bowl.
- Made in: North America
- (Americas,North America)
- Found/Acquired: USA
- (Americas,North America,United States of America)
- Length: 44 centimetres
- Height: 4.3 centimetres
- Width: 0.9 centimetres
From acquisition "Blue Thunder". Label has following information: "N.America, Plains. Yanktonai, Sioux Pipe stem"
Dakota, North America.
See ETHDOC 304 and BAE Annual Report 1882-3.
1977 15 Dec-1978 30 Oct, Museum of Mankind, Room 9; Smoking Pipes of the North American Indian
Africa, Oceania & the Americas
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Object reference number: ENA11387
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