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Bandolier bag, Ojibwe People, Honolulu Museum of Art

Bandolier bag, Ojibwe People, Honolulu Museum of Art

Gashkibidaagan (bandolier bag), Ojibwe People, Linen, wool and glass beads, Honolulu Museum of Art, accession 2017-23-01

Pete Moos-Mille Lacs Band-c1913-Bandolier Bag

Pete Moos-Mille Lacs Band-c1913-Bandolier Bag

Front and Profile Portrait of Pete Moos, Mille Lacs Band of Ojibwe, c1913 by photographer Ross A. Daniels. The photo shows a gashkibidaaganag (bandolier bag) and the spot-stitch appliqué featuring complex laye... More

Profile Portrait of Pete Moos-c1913

Profile Portrait of Pete Moos-c1913

Profile Portrait of Pete Moos, Mille Lacs Band of Ojibwe, c1913 by photographer Ross A. Daniels. The photo shows a gashkibidaaganag (bandolier bag) and the spot-stitch appliqué featuring complex layered and as... More

Portrait of Pete Moos-c1913

Portrait of Pete Moos-c1913

Portrait of Pete Moos, Mille Lacs Band of Ojibwe, c1913 by photographer Ross A. Daniels. The photo shows the two gashkibidaaganag (bandolier bags) and the spot-stitch appliqué featuring complex layered and ass... More

Anishinaabe shoulder bag

Anishinaabe shoulder bag

Unrecorded Anishinaabe artist, shoulder bag (without strap) (Anishinaabe, Ojibwa, Ontario, 1820), black-dyed native tanned leather, porcupine quills, tin cones, silk ribbon, dyed hair (courtesy Metropolitan Mu... More