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Clothing - Northern Cheyenne

Eagle Feather Headdress, ca. 1875
Northern Cheyenne

Eagle, hawk, owl and raven feathers, rawhide, native leather, wool and cotton cloth, glass beads, ermine skin, silk ribbon and horsehair
5 feet 10 inches (177.8 cm)

Purchase: William Rockhill Nelson Trust

Geographic Origin: United States
Montana

Gallery Location: 208

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