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  • Culture/People:

    Seneca

  • Object name:

    Club

  • Date created:

    1780-1800

  • Place:

    Allegany Reservation; Cattaraugus County; New York; USA

  • Media/Materials:

    Wood, paint

  • Techniques:

    Carved, incised, painted

  • Collection History/Provenance:

    Said to have been the property of the Seneca leader Red Jacket (ca. 1750-1830); given to or inherited by "Chief Johnson," probably Red Jacket's nephew Chief James Johnson (Sos'he:owâ, Tonawanda Seneca, ca. 1774-ca. 1850); given to Six Nations Cayuga Chief William Wedge (1826-ca. 1904) by Chief Johnson or a descendant; given by William Wedge to his grandson, who gave it to William Bomberry (Allegany Seneca, 1869-ca. 1928); purchased from William Bomberry by Alanson B. Skinner (1886-1925, MAI staff member) in 1925.

  • Dimensions:

    55 x 14 x 12 cm

  • Catalog number:

    13/6648

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