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Otter dance cape with trade mirrors, popular on the Central plains

Otter dance cape with trade mirrors, popular on the Central plains

Ball Head War Club, Plains Oto  PERIOD: 1840  Maple wood; brass tacks; iron spike  DESCRIPTION: Brass tacks handsomly decorate this early club. The crest of the handle is carved with the representation of an otter, a very important water animal within the tribal mythology.  DIMENSIONS: Length 22.25 inches; Width 6.63 inches

Native American Indian artifact from the Warriors & Hunters collection - Oto Club - Ball Head War Club

Otter dance cape with trade mirrors, popular on the Central plains

Otter dance cape with trade mirrors, popular on the Central plains

Phenomenal new Paul Dyck Plains Indian Buffalo Culture Collection at the Buffalo Bill Center of the West! LOVED that place! This necklace is made from Eagle Talons!! Real artifact from 1700-1800s!

Paul Dyck Plains Indian Buffalo Culture Collection at Buffalo Bill Center of the West #CenteroftheWest

Phenomenal new Paul Dyck Plains Indian Buffalo Culture Collection at the Buffalo Bill Center of the West! This necklace is made from Eagle Talons! Real artifact from

A PRAIRIE GRIZZLY BEAR CLAW NECKLACE. c. 1835... composed of 22 grizzly bear claws, strung on hide and wrapped with woven cotton cloth and hide, interspersed with globular glass beads of alternating design

A PRAIRIE GRIZZLY BEAR CLAW NECKLACE. composed of 22 grizzly bear claws, strung on hide and wrapped with woven cotton cloth and hide, interspersed with globular glass beads of alternating design

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