Sioux and Pawnee Pipes: Plate 210
Graphite and black ink on prepared card
Overall: 18 x 24 in. (45.7 x 61 cm)
Ethnography. Studies of Native Americans: Catlin's reproduction of the carving and construction of Native American pipes; four pipes with stems or 'calumets' decorated with quills, feathers, leather or wicker wrapping possibly with beadwork, and rawhide tassles
Purchased by the Society
Inscribed at upper center in black ink over graphite: "Pl. 210. / Sioux and Pawnee Pipes"; pipes numbered from upper to lower in graphite: 54 - 57
The artist's collection; Francis Putnam Catlin, the artist's brother, serving as agent to George Henry Moore, acting on behalf of N-YHS
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