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Object Type: Roach

Image Title Creator Culture Accession # Materials/Techniques
Roach with dyed horsehair Unknown Native American 84.883a-b horsehair, dye
Deer hair roach Unknown Native American; Plains 84.792a deer hair
Dyed deer hair and porcupine hair roach Sean Standingbear; , Emil William Lenders Native American; Osage 84.797a two different kinds of hair: red (likely deer) and black (likely porcupine), dye, natural fiber heavy thread (light brown and black), semi-tanned skin
Roach with dyed horsehair Unknown Native American; Central Plains 84.2402 fur (possibly deer), hide
Roach with dyed blue and gold horsehair Unknown Native American; Plains 84.791 horsehair
Horsehair roach Unknown Native American 86.11 horsehair
Horsehair roach Unknown Native American; Plains 86.14 horsehair
Horsehair roach Unknown Native American; Plains 86.10 horsehair, hide
Men's hat roach decorated with a cone of horsehair and feather attached by leather Louis Fish Native American; Muscogee (Creek), Euchee 84.2892 horsehair, hide, feather, glass
Dyed deer fur roach on a wool yarn base Emil William Lenders Native American; Ponca (artist and user) 84.799 wool, fur (deer), dye
Dyed deer hair and porcupine hair roach with cotton shoestring ties Steve and Tony Bolinger Native American; Osage 84.3419 two kinds of hair: red (likely deer) and tan (likely porcupine), cotton cord, cotton shoestring, wooden spool, dye, cellophane tape, cotton thread, semi-tanned skin