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Image Title Creator Culture Accession # Materials/Techniques
Half Moon Night and Remembrance Yatika Starr Fields 01.2603 oil on canvas
"If Elvis had come to a meeting, he might still be with us" man's t-shirt Ronald W. Anderson; , Ronald W. Anderson Native American; Caddo 84.2998 cotton, ink
Beaded strike-a-light bag made of hide with metal cone fringe Unknown Native American; Comanche 84.566 hide, glass, metal
Beaded strike-a-light bag of hide with fringe Unknown Native American; Comanche 84.570 hide, metal, glass
Coconut rattle with painted wooden handle Louis Fish Native American; Muscogee (Creek), Euchee 84.2995 coconut, wood, paint, stone, commercial stain and varnish, commercial leather
Heritage Days white cotton t-shirt Unknown Native American; Euchee 95.11 cotton, ink
A New Map of America 3927.31
Novissima Totius Terrarum Orbis Tabula 3976.161
Beaded partial watch FOB Unknown Native American 84.2856 leather, glass, cotton
Beaded leather belt with peyote church designs Mitchell Boyiddle Native American; Apache (artist and user) 84.2947 leather, glass, metal
Beaded metal belt buckle with peyote church symbols Unknown Native American 84.2961 metal, leather, glass, cotton
Beaded necklace in the shape of a peyote water bird Unknown Native American; Kiowa 84.2955 leather, glass, plastic, shell (cowrie)
Clay jar with wide mouth brim Unknown Native American; Apache or Navajo (artist and user) 54.2668 clay
Wooden paddle with burnt and carved design on handle Unknown Native American 73.115 wood, hide
A Savage Feast Charles Banks Wilson American 13.2183 ink on paper
Cloud Symbol Feather Dance of Mountain Chant Yei-Be-Chai Harrison Begay Native American; Navajo 02.159 tempera
Two Navajo Men at Camp Fire Andrew Tsihnahjinnie Native American; Navajo 02.293 tempera
King Henry IV Examines Maps Drawn by CPT. Champlain Charles Banks Wilson American 13.2185 ink and pen on paper
Cow-Town Smith Olaf Carl Seltzer American 0237.1276a-b watercolor on paper and mat board
Leaflet advertising Carolyn Thomas Foreman's publication titled Park Hill, Oklahoma Native American; Cherokee 5327.333 ink on paper