SHAWNEE or MIAMI, 1800-1830 Collection of National Museum of the American Indian 96 x 26 cm
Porcupine quillwork meaning of for the sioux | Similarly, Woodland natives decorated their clothing andaccessories ...
Porcupine Quill purse in brown, blue and white: First Nations; Mi'kmaq c. 1875 dyed and natural porcupine quill, birchbark and spruce root, 15 cm x 9 cm x 17 cm New Brunswick Museum
Fringe (detail), Bandolier Bag, Lenape (Delaware tribe, based in Oklahoma), c. 1850 C.E., hide, cotton cloth, silk ribbon, glass beads, wool yarn, metal cones, 68 x 47 cm (National Museum of the American Indian, New York)
PAIRE DE MOCASSINS en cuir brodés d'un travail ancien de perlage bleu
Ojibwa Clothing. Follow Robyn Shanti's board of NATIVE ARTS, WISDOM & CULTURE for more visual images and information
Seminole bandolier bag, ca??
Examples of traditional Myaamia(Miami) dress for both women and men, made by Larry Daylight. http://myaamiahistory.wordpress.com/category/uncategorized/
Porcupine quill cradle, First Nations; Mi'kmaq c 1875 - cedar, birchbark, porcupine quill, spruce root and silk with copper tacks 15 cm x 16 cm x 3 cm. Shown at New Brunswick Museum.
Shawnee quilled bag depicting sword battle between British and American officers ca.1780.