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Image Title Creator Culture Accession # Materials/Techniques
Tomahawk pipe with a conventional blade Native American; Winnebago 84.1097 wood, metal, leather
Tomahawk pipe with a conventional blade Native American; Chippewa 84.1098 Wood, Metal, Cotton Cloth
Tomahawk pipe with a conventional blade Unknown 84.1101 wood, metal, buck hide
Spontoon type tomahawk pipe Native American; Pawnee 84.1104 wood, steel, brass
Tomahawk pipe with a conventional blade English 84.1105 wood, metal, German silver, hide
Spontoon type tomahawk pipe Native American; possibly Sioux 84.1113 wood, metal
Tomahawk pipe with a conventional blade Native American; possibly Nez Perce 84.1114 wood, metal, leather, cloth, felt
Spiked tomahawk Unknown 84.1119 wood, iron, cotton, string
Tomahawk pipe with a buffalo design on the blade Emil William Lenders Native American; Ponca 84.1116 wood, metal
War Dancers Charles Marion Russell; , Roman Bronze Works; , Dr. Philip G. Cole Collection American 0837.31 lost-wax cast in bronze
The Fallen Warrior Gutzon Borglum American 0876.125 bronze
The Sorcerer Henry François Farny American 01.1225 oil on canvas
Tomahawk with iron metal blade and “bleeding heart” cut-out design Native American; Osage (artist and user) 84.1122 wood, stroud cloth, iron
Spiked tomahawk Eurpoean; German 84.1118 wood, iron