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Image Title Creator Culture Accession # Materials/Techniques
Fort Reno Ledger Drawing Unknown Native American; Cheyenne 4526.19.83
Fort Reno Ledger Drawing Unknown Native American; Cheyenne 4526.19.15
Fort Reno Ledger Drawing Unknown Native American; Arapaho, Cheyenne 4526.11.137
Lewis and Clark with Sacajawea at the Great Falls of the Missouri 1804 Olaf Carl Seltzer American 0137.871 oil on canvas
Custer's Last Stand Edgar Spier Cameron American 01.1657 oil on canvas
A knife sheath painted inside and out and a metal knife with a wooden handle Native American; Plains 84.784a-b leather, pigment, wood, metal
A beaded knife sheath and metal knife with a wood handle Native American; Plains 84.776a-b leather, glass, sinew, wood, metal
A leather knife sheath decorated with brass buttons Native American; Crow, possibly Blackfeet 84.781a-c leather, metal, wood, brass
Bifacially thinned stone Adena knife blade Northeast, Woodland 61.1880 Stone
Bifacially thinned stone Mississippian ceremonial blade or sword Mississippian 61.1572 Stone -- Dover flint
Bifacially thinned heat treated stone North blade Northeast, Hopewell 61.1912 Stone
Ivory snow knife Arctic, Inuit 83.1447 Ivory
Bifacially thinned heat treated stone North blade Hopewell 61.3037 Stone
Stone Corner-Tanged knife blade Woodland 61.11423 Stone
Stone Corner-Tanged knife blade Woodland 61.11443 Stone
Bifacially thinned stone Adena knife blade Southeast, Woodland 61.1881 Stone
Bifacially thinned stone Mississippian ceremonial sword Mississippian 61.1576 Stone -- Dover flint
Large untyped bifacially flaked stone blade Southeast, Mississippian 61.1914 Stone
Inuit knife made from ivory and stone Arctic, Inuit 84.1314 Ivory, Stone
Bifacially thinned bi-pointed Mississippiam blade Southeast, Mississippian 61.31920 Stone