Anishinaabe outfit collected by Andrew Foster  ca. 1790  Fort Michilimackinac, Michigan  Birchbark, cotton, linen, wool, feathers, silk, silver brooches, porcupine quills, horsehair, hide, sinew  The Andrew Foster Collection

Anishinaabe (Fort Michilimackinac, Michigan), Man’s Clothes, birchbark/cotton/linen/wool/feathers/silk/silver/porcupine quills/horsehair/leather, c.

Jingle Dress. Ojibwe. Early 20th century. Velvet, glass beads, tin jingles.  I love the medling of the native and flapper styles.

Velvet, glass beads, tin jingles, 45 x 13 Cass County Museum and Historical Society. Photograph by Petronella Ytsma.

beyondbuckskin:  Plains Blue Trade Cloth Woman’s Dress, Lakota, c. late 19th century. Muslin-backed yoke with rows of dentalia shells and bugle beads, with ribbon applique decoration along bottom

Plains Blue Trade Cloth Woman’s Dress, Lakota -- Late Century -- Muslin-backed yoke with rows of dentalia shells & bugle beads, with ribbon applique decoration along bottom

Cree Beaded and Fringed Hide Capote | Lot | Sotheby's

Cree beaded and fringed hide capote of classic construction, thread sewn with glass beadwork and sequins, with “ on the shoulders, and a series of diamond designs along the hemline. length without fringe 45 in.

First Nations, Mi’kmaq - Ceremonial Robe, ca.1825 - Originally a mass-produced European jacket, the lapels and collar of this coat were removed by a Mi’kmaq artisan and replaced with gray and red silk ribbons, embroidered with white glass beads in a traditional floral motif

Ceremonial Robe c. 1825 First Nations, Mi'kmaq Contested Terrain: “ Originally a mass-produced European jacket, the lapels and collar of this coat were removed by a Mi’kmaq artisan and replaced with.

Crow Beaded and Fringed Hide Scout Jacket

Crow: Beaded and fringed hide scout jacket stitched on the front, back of the shoulders and cuffs, with stylized curvilinear motifs, and panels of short cut fringe overall.

Lakota 362. Description: This piece was collected by the previous owner during the 1950's from the Lakota Sioux Native American Indians. The piece shows glass trade bead work on Indian tanned leather,

Lakota : Lakota Sioux Beaded War Shirt Circa 1950's #362

Lakota Description: This piece was collected by the previous owner during the from the Lakota Sioux Native American Indians. The piece shows glass trade bead work on Indian tanned leather,

Cree Métis Coat c. 1874; Red River; Hide, mother of pearl buttons, silk ribbon, porcupine quill, dyes; metis clothing

Cree Métis coat 1874 Red River Hide, mother of pearl buttons, silk ribbon, porcupine quill, dyes

Coat  Anonyme - Anonymous  Eastern Woodlands  Aboriginal: Anishinaabe (Chippewa)  1875-1900, 19th century  Tanned and smoked hide, silk embroidery floss, metal buttons, cotton thread

Coat Anonyme - Anonymous Eastern Woodlands Aboriginal: Anishinaabe (Chippewa) century Tanned and smoked hide, silk embroidery floss, metal buttons, cotton thread

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