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Date
1890 – 1930
Material
horn
Catalogue Number
104.20.0220
Description
A shallow bowl, roughly traingular in shape, made from a piece of horn. The bowl is thicker at the bottom than on the sides and the edge is notched. The bowl is translucent and yellowish in colour with linear grain showing. The base of the bowl is marked “XAS ENN”.
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Title
Bowl
Date
1890 – 1930
Material
horn
Dimensions
6.0 x 11.7 x 17.0 cm
Description
A shallow bowl, roughly traingular in shape, made from a piece of horn. The bowl is thicker at the bottom than on the sides and the edge is notched. The bowl is translucent and yellowish in colour with linear grain showing. The base of the bowl is marked “XAS ENN”.
Subject
households
Indians, Plains
decorative
crafts
animals
Credit
Gift of Pearl Evelyn Moore, Banff, 1979
Catalogue Number
104.20.0220
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Date
1900 – 1930
Material
stone, soapstone
Catalogue Number
109.02.0013
Description
A squared piece of greyish soapstone (steatite) cut roughly in the shape of a pipe bowl with a sharp right angle. There is an incised vertical line at the joint of bowl and stem piece.
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Title
Calmulet Bowl
Date
1900 – 1930
Material
stone, soapstone
Dimensions
4.0 cm
Description
A squared piece of greyish soapstone (steatite) cut roughly in the shape of a pipe bowl with a sharp right angle. There is an incised vertical line at the joint of bowl and stem piece.
Subject
Indians, Plains
crafts
carving
smoking
Credit
Gift of Pearl Evelyn Moore, Banff, 1979
Catalogue Number
109.02.0013
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Date
prior to 1870
Material
stone, catlinite; wood; quill; fibre
Catalogue Number
109.02.0014 a,b
Description
A quill-wrapped wooden pipe stem with a carved pipestone bowl.a) A long pipe stem made from a hollowed piece of wood wrapped with multi-coloured quills. b) A red-brown right angle pipe bowl carved from pipestone.
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Title
Calumet
Date
prior to 1870
Material
stone, catlinite; wood; quill; fibre
Dimensions
8.5 (bowl) x 54.0 cm
Description
A quill-wrapped wooden pipe stem with a carved pipestone bowl.a) A long pipe stem made from a hollowed piece of wood wrapped with multi-coloured quills. b) A red-brown right angle pipe bowl carved from pipestone.
Subject
Indians, Stoney
Indians, Plains Cree
Indians, Woodland Ojibway
Indians, Plains Ojibway
crafts
carving
quillwork
smoking
Credit
Gift of Pearl Evelyn Moore, Banff, 1979
Catalogue Number
109.02.0014 a,b
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Date
1910 – 1920
Material
skin; quill; glass; fibre
Catalogue Number
109.02.0006
Description
A long deerskin pouch with a rounded top and long fringe along the bottom edge. A thong threaded through slits near the top closes the bag. The bag has quill binding trim. The bottom third of the bag is completely beaded with a white background and a large three stemmed flower and leaves in gree…
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Title
Calumet Bag
Date
1910 – 1920
Material
skin; quill; glass; fibre
Dimensions
16.0 x 63.0 cm
Description
A long deerskin pouch with a rounded top and long fringe along the bottom edge. A thong threaded through slits near the top closes the bag. The bag has quill binding trim. The bottom third of the bag is completely beaded with a white background and a large three stemmed flower and leaves in greens, blue, pink, red and yellow.
Subject
Indians, Plains Cree
Indians, Saulteaux
crafts
beadwork
quillwork
smoking
Credit
Gift of Pearl Evelyn Moore, Banff, 1979
Catalogue Number
109.02.0006
Images
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Date
n.d.
Material
stone
Catalogue Number
104.06.0002
Description
A club head made from a rounded stone with an indent carved around the middle of the stone. The thongs used to attach the head to a wooden handle would have been tied around this indent, and then secured to the handle.
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Title
Club
Date
n.d.
Material
stone
Description
A club head made from a rounded stone with an indent carved around the middle of the stone. The thongs used to attach the head to a wooden handle would have been tied around this indent, and then secured to the handle.
Subject
Indians, Plains
military
hunting
crafts
carving
Credit
Gift of Pearl Evelyn Moore, Banff, 1979
Catalogue Number
104.06.0002
Images
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Date
1972
Material
fibre; feather; plastic; glass; skin
Catalogue Number
106.06.3032 a,b
Description
Navy blue fabric martingale and horse collar with beaded floral decoration. Each piece is edged with red fabric. a) “V” - shaped collar edged with feathers and thread fringe. Floral pattern in blue, white, orange and red is repeated on each arm of “V.” The collar is also decorated with sequins…
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Title
Martingale; Collar
Date
1972
Material
fibre; feather; plastic; glass; skin
Dimensions
19.0 (a); 37.0 (b) x 45.0 (a); 69.0 (b) cm
Description
Navy blue fabric martingale and horse collar with beaded floral decoration. Each piece is edged with red fabric. a) “V” - shaped collar edged with feathers and thread fringe. Floral pattern in blue, white, orange and red is repeated on each arm of “V.” The collar is also decorated with sequins held in place with beads. Tag with CRW writing: “Rachel Wildman wife of Killian from Nordegg - will pick up next Mon - Oct 12 1972” and other writing “Plains Cree horse ornament.”b) Martingale with two long strips, with striped fabric ties at one end, joined by a rectable at the centre. Both strips have one forked end and are decorated with a flipped, repeated pattern of orange, blue and white flowers. The centre piece has a white flower centred at the bottom with two blue and green flowers above. The martingale is also decorated with sequins held in place with beads. A strip of green fabric is attached to one side.
Subject
Indians, Plains Cree
Rachel Wildman
crafts
beadwork
animals, horses
Credit
Gift of Catharine Robb Whyte, O. C., Banff, 1979
Catalogue Number
106.06.3032 a,b
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Quiver Holder, Ammunition

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Date
1900 – 1940
Material
skin, pig; skin, deer
Catalogue Number
104.10.0007
Description
A cylindrical arrow case made of pigskin. The quiver has a smoked deerskin fringe around the top edge and all along the side seam from the top to across the bottom.
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Title
Quiver Holder, Ammunition
Date
1900 – 1940
Material
skin, pig; skin, deer
Dimensions
60.0 cm
Description
A cylindrical arrow case made of pigskin. The quiver has a smoked deerskin fringe around the top edge and all along the side seam from the top to across the bottom.
Subject
Indians, Plains
tourism
travel
souvenirs
sports, archery
hunting
decorative
Credit
Gift of Pearl Evelyn Moore, Banff, 1979
Catalogue Number
104.10.0007
Images
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Date
1890 – 1950
Material
skin; glass; fibre
Catalogue Number
106.06.0001
Description
Beaded saddle made from pieces of leather, roughly in the shape of a cross, with notched edges and a cinch at one side. The top and bottom arms of the cross hold two padded pillows, each covered with beads of blue and white (patterns on front pillows different from that on back ones), with beaded …
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Title
Saddle
Date
1890 – 1950
Material
skin; glass; fibre
Dimensions
93.0 x 49.0 cm
Description
Beaded saddle made from pieces of leather, roughly in the shape of a cross, with notched edges and a cinch at one side. The top and bottom arms of the cross hold two padded pillows, each covered with beads of blue and white (patterns on front pillows different from that on back ones), with beaded rectangular flaps and two rounded tabs hanging from each pillow. The each tab has a long string of beads with a tassel hanging at the end.
Subject
Indians, Plains Ojibway
Indians, Cree
crafts
beadwork
ceremonial
transportation
Credit
Gift of Pearl Evelyn Moore, Banff, 1979
Catalogue Number
106.06.0001
Images
Less detail

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