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Bark (possibly cedar)
Founders Society Purchase
Africa, Oceania & Indigenous Americas
Mary B. Shurtleff (Cross Village, Michigan, USA)
purchased by Richard A. Pohrt [1911-2005] (Flint, Michigan, USA)
1981-present, purchase by the Detroit Institute of Arts (Detroit, Michigan, USA)
possibly Chippewa, Native American; possibly Ottawa, Native American, Mat, ca. 1890, bark (possibly cedar). Detroit Institute of Arts, Founders Society Purchase, 81.167.
Chippewa, Native American
North American, Native American
Aleut, Native American
Amerindian, Native American