Sioux and Pawnee Pipes: Plate 210

Title:
Sioux and Pawnee Pipes: Plate 210
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Inscriptions: 
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
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43 288
Date: 
1866-68
Medium: 
Graphite and black ink on prepared card
Dimensions: 
Overall: 18 x 24 in. (45.7 x 61 cm)
Classification: 
Description: 
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
Date End: 
1 868
Credit Line: 
Purchased by the Society
Object Number: 
1872.23.210
Provenance: 
The artist's collection; Francis Putnam Catlin, the artist's brother, serving as agent to George Henry Moore, acting on behalf of N-YHS
Date Begin: 
1866
Due to ongoing research, information about this object is subject to change.
Creative: Tronvig Group