• Culture/People:

    Minnesota Chippewa [Bois Forte/Nett Lake, Minnesota]

  • Object name:

    Drumstick

  • Date created:

    1900-1930

  • Place:

    Nett Lake Sector, Bois Forte Reservation; Koochiching County, Saint Louis County; Minnesota; USA

  • Media/Materials:

    Wood, deerhide/deerskin, cotton cloth, adhesive tape

  • Techniques:

    Stitched, wrapped, aboriginally repaired

  • Collection History/Provenance:

    Collection history unknown; probably collected between 1930 and 1945 by Bernard S. Mason (1896-1953, author of books on Indian crafts, an active supporter of camping and "Indian lore" as educational experiences, and director of Camp Kooch-i-ching, Rainy Lake, Minnesota); bequeathed or given to his friend John L. Holden (1922-1998, also a camping enthusiast and subsequent director of Camp Kooch-i-ching); donated to NMAI by Mr. Holden in 1991.

  • Dimensions:

    55.5 x 7 x 1.3 cm

  • Catalog number:

    25/3546

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    This item is currently on view at NMAI, DC.

See it in the Anishinaabe exhibit in the "Our Universes" gallery on the 4th floor

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