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MASK, C. 1900
Eskimo Inupiaq/Yupik (American, Coastal Western Alaska, )
wood (reeds), quills, organic paint, and feathers
Gift of Dr. and Mrs. Willi Riese
1975.024

BOWL WITH FIRECLOUDS, Pueblo II-III periods, A.D. 900-1325
Acoma Anasazi culture (American, Grants, New Mexico, Pueblo II period, A.D. 900-1100)
corrugated earthenware
Mr. and Mrs. J. Moore McDonough Endowment
1990.007.003

SLANT-WALLED BOWL WITH QUARTERED GEOMETRIC COMPOSITION, Pueblo III period, A.D. 1125-1250
Cibola Cibola Anasazi group (American, Arizona/New Mexico, Pueblo II - Early IV Period, A.D. 950-1300)
slipped and painted earthenware
Mr. and Mrs. J. Moore McDonough Endowment for American Indiana Art
1986.041

RATTLE PITCHER WITH RECTANGULAR STEPPED SPIRALS AND KEYHOLE HANDLE, Pueblo III, A.D. 1100-1250
Cibola Cibola Anasazi group (American, Arizona/New Mexico, Pueblo II - Early IV Period, A.D. 950-1300)
slipped earthenware
Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Markovits
1998.016.006

QUAIL EFFIGY CONTAINER, Medio period, A.D. 1200 - 1450
Casas Grande Casas Grandes culture (Mexico, Chihuahua, Arizona, New Mexico, A.D. 1200-1450)
slipped and painted earthenware
Gift from Mr. Peter David Joralemon
2002.68.001

ONE-NOTE BOTTLE FLUTE IN THE SHAPE OF A GOURD, Medio period, A.D. 1060-1340
Casas Grande Casas Grandes culture (Mexico, Chihuahua, Arizona, New Mexico, A.D. 1200-1450)
slipped earthenware
Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Markovits
1998.016.005

OLLA, Mogollon 5 Period, A.D. 1100-1400
Cibolla Mogollon culture (American, Reserve, New Mexico, Mogollon V period, A.D. 1100-1250)
slipped and corrugated earthenware
Gift of Peter David Joralemon
1990.033.014

WAR SHIRT, c. 1840
Crow Crow (American, Montana, )
rawhide, pony beads, crow feathers, porcupine quills
unknown
1963.009.006

MAN'S BIRDSKIN COAT, c.1860
Eskimo Inupiaq/Yupik (American, Coastal Western Alaska, )
feathers (puffin?), animal skin (wolf, seal), thread
On loan from David and Sarah Lodge
L1985.078.001

SHALLOW BOWL WITH TWO BIRDS AND SWIRLS, Santa Cruz phase,A.D.700-900
Hohokom Hohokom culture (American, Arizona, USA, AD 700-AD 1000)
slipped and painted earthenware
Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Markovits
1993.092.001

SQUAT OLLA WITH DOUBLE SPIRAL DESIGNS, Colonial period, A.D. 600-900
Hohokom Hohokom culture (American, Arizona, USA, AD 700-AD 1000)
slipped earthenware
Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Markovits
1998.016.004

GIRL'S DANCE APRON, c. 1850
Hupa group (American, Northwest, California, c. 1870)
elkskin, pine nuts and braided grasses
Unknown donor
AA1899.003

SCISSORS POUCH, c. 1875
Huron Huron-Wyndat (American, Northeastern United States, )
bark, moosehair, porcupine quills

AA1899.064

COAT, c. 1800
Metis Metis culture (American, Northern Plains, )
rawhide, quills, paint
Gift of unknown donor.
1963.009.007

BOWL WITH TWO LOCUSTS, A.D. 1000-1150
Mogollon Mimbres culture (American, New Mexico, A.D. 1000-1150)
buffware, white slip, paint
Gift of Mr. William J. Doran
1982.091.006

BOWL WITH MALE, TWO BIRDS, AND A FISH, A.D. 1000 - 1150
Mogollon Mimbres culture (American, New Mexico, A.D. 1000-1150)
black on white slipped earthenware
On loan from Mr. Peter David Joralemon
L1988.062.031

BOWL WITH CRANE HOLDING CORN STALK, Mogollon 4 period, A.D. 1000-1150
Mogollon Mimbres culture (American, New Mexico, A.D. 1000-1150)
slipped and painted earthenware
Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Paul B. Markovits
1993.092.006

BOWL WITH ANIMAL EATING EAR OF CORN, Mogollon 4 period, A.D. 1000-1150
Mogollon Mimbres culture (American, New Mexico, A.D. 1000-1150)
slipped and painted earthenware
Gift of Mr. Peter David Joralemon
1995.068.001

BOWL WITH BOLD BLACK GEOMETRIC DESIGNS AND PARALLEL LINE FIGURES, Mogollon 4 period, A.D. 1000-1150
Mogollon Mimbres culture (American, New Mexico, A.D. 1000-1150)
slipped and painted earthenware
On loan from an anonymous collector
1996.008.002

SMALL BOWL WITH FOUR TAILED TRIANGLES, c. 1900
Pomo (Pomo, California, U.S.A., )
willow rod and grass
Gift of Ms. Beatrice Riese
1991.079.003.D

BUCKSKIN BELT WITH DECORATIVE BEADWORK,
Pokagan Band Potowatomi (American, Great Lakes, Midwest,)
buckskin, beadwork

1998.067.003

BLACK WOOL DRESS/MANTA WITH SILVER BUTTONS,
Hopi Nation (American, Arizona,)
black wool woven in diagonal and diamond twill and silver and turquoise buttons
Gift of William Banks
1998.068.007

EMBROIDERED MANTA OR SHAWL,
Hopi Nation (American, Arizona,)
cotton, white, handspun; wool, red, black and green for embriodery and tassel.white cotton in plain weave.
Gift of William Banks
1998.068.012

COTTON MANTA OR SHAWL,
Hopi Nation (American, Arizona,)
cotton, white, handspun; wool, red and blue. cotton diagonal twill-unbalanced-herringbone, wool in diagonal twill unbalenced red and blue.
Gift of William Banks
1998.068.013

SUITCASE OR REED CONTAINER BRIDAL SUITCASE (SONGO' SIVU), c. 1800-1900
Hopi Nation (American, Arizona,)
reed or sandgrass (calamovilfa gigantea) stem, cotton string, willow stem.
Leslie and William Banks
1999.064.001.A

HOPI DANCE SASH (MOCHAPMUR KWEWA), c. 1875
Hopi Nation (American, Arizona, )
cotton string fro warp, commercial wool for brocaided pattern of red and green and black; handspun wool for weft.
Leslie and William Banks
1999.064.002.A

MAN'S COTTON SHIRT,
Jemez Pueblo (American, New Mexico, )
cotton and wool.white cotton plain weave.red and black wool embroidery.red, black, white, and green wool tassels.
Gift of William Banks
1998.068.004

OLLA WITH GEOMETRIC DECORATION, Late Pueblo III-Early Pueblo IV,A.D. 1250-1450
Salado culture (American, Arizona, Pueblo II - III)
slipped and painted earthenware
Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Markovits
1993.092.002

YOUNG GIRL'S PUBERTY DRESS, c. 1870
Sioux Lakota (American, Montana Territory, United States (1883), 1870-1890)
deerskin, glass beads
Gift of EWJ Lindesmith
1899.002

PICTOGRAPH WAR RECORD, c. 1825
Unidentified Northern Plains ethnic group (North American, United States/Canada, c. 1825)
rawhide, paint
unknown
1963.009.004

BOWL WITH THUNDERBIRD INTERIOR, Pueblo IV, A.D. 1350-1400
Forestdale Mogollon culture (Upper Little Colorado River drainage area, Arizona, Late Mogollon V period, A.D. 1350-1400)
slipped earthenware
Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Markovits
1998.016.002

ONE OF A PAIR OF GAUNTLETS WITH GEOMETRIC EMBROIDERY, c. 1890
Winnebago (American, Wisconsin, Upper Midwest, )
deer skin (?), leather, cotton cloth, mercerized cotton thread
Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Navarre
1984.040.001.A

MOQUI-PATTERN SERAPE (WEARING BLANKET), c. 1865
Zuni (American, New Mexico/Arizona, )
homespun wool
Betty Gallagher and John Snider, and The Humana Endowment for American Art
1998.035.002

HOODED EFFIGY VESSEL OF A SEATED MALE SMOKING A CIGAR, Medio period, A.D. 1060-1340
Casas Grandes culture (Mexican, Chihuahua, Medio Period, A.D. 1060-1340)
slipped and painted earthenware
Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Markovits
1993.092.003

CARVED OLLA, c. 1935
Margaret Tafoya (American, Santa Clara Pueblo, New Mexico, United States, 1904-present)
blackware
Gift of Dr. and Mrs. Bernard Waldman
1987.044.001

PICTOGRAPHIC WAR RECORD, 1880
White Swan (American, Crow Nation, Montana, U.S.A., 19th century)
muslin, paint
Gift of Rev. E.W.J. Lindesmith
1963.009.005

 

 

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