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Cornhusk cigarette papers and blue zippered leather bag / Henry Haskell

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Cornhusk cigarettes were sometimes smoke during Native American Church meetings. Cornhusk was required for peyote meetings, but regular cigarette papers would have been used for daily use.

Tags: cornhusk cigarette papers, leather bag
People: Osage
Places: Southern Plains, Oklahoma
Purpose: ceremonial use

From interviews with Dr. Garrick Bailey, 2018-2020 University of Tulsa, Professor Emeritus of Anthropology

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Title(s): 
Cornhusk cigarette papers and blue zippered leather bag
Creator(s): 
Culture: 
Native American; Osage (artist and user)
Date: 
mid-20th century
Place: 
Oklahoma
Materials/Techniques: 
cornhusk, leather, metal
Classification: 
Object Type: 
Accession No: 
82.182
Department: 
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