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Ojibwe.  This is so beautiful, my heart skipped a beat when I saw it!  Amazing!

Ojibwe or Winnebago, Late Although acquired from a Winnebago individual, stylistic elements of this bag seem Ojibwe in origin. Perhaps this bag was a trade item or the maker was influenced by the Ojibwe style. Fred N.

More from the Monclair Art Museum - Native American Bandolier Bags ca. 1800 - 100% organic & original

Muscogee Creek beaded bandolier bag Monclair Art Museum - Native American Bandolier Bags ca.

Native American Beadwork, by Maia C. 1860 ca  Artist was of the Iowa (Mesquakie) tribe. This is made of nettle twine, trimmed in wool, beads and deerhide.             Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Wool bag trimmed with wool yarn, nettle twine, and deerskin, made about 1860 by a member of the Mesquakie tribe (Iowa).

Bandolier Bag, ca. 1840, cloth with beadwork, Southeast US, unknown Creek Artist - These beaded bags were created by Cherokee, Creek and Seminole artists and reflect the high point of the beadworkers' art.

American Indian Galleries, Levels 2 & North Building The American Indian collection represents the artistic works of nearly every tribe across the United States and Canada and all artistic tra