Other Images and Media

3 images

Related Items

object
Woman's skirt worn by men during the Horn Dance

Chiricahua Apache
USA; Oklahoma; Comanche County; Lawton
2/1317

1 item
  • Culture/People:

    Chiricahua Apache

  • Object name:

    Woman's boots worn by men during the Horn Dance

  • Native term:

    k├ębane

  • Date created:

    circa 1900

  • Place:

    Near Lawton; Lawton; Comanche County; Oklahoma; USA

  • Media/Materials:

    Hide, rawhide, glass bead/beads, pigment/pigments, sinew

  • Techniques:

    Sewn, lazy/lane stitch beadwork, painted

  • Collection History/Provenance:

    Collected by Mark Raymond Harrington in 1909 during fieldwork sponsored by George Heye.

  • Dimensions:

    25 x 10 x 27 cm

  • Catalog number:

    2/1317

  •  

    This item is currently on view at NMAI, DC.

See it in the Chiricahua Apache exhibit in the "Our Peoples" gallery on the 4th floor

Click on the image or the magnifying glass to see a larger view; click again to close the pop-up window.  Scroll through Other Images and Media to see other views of this item; click on any image to make it appear in the larger window.  Catalog card scans are provided to illustrate the information that originally accompanied the objects. Please recognize that unacceptable or offensive terminology represents historic data and not NMAI's current usage.