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Northeast - MPM Collections Database - American Indian Cradles and Cradleboards - Anthropology - Artifacts - Collections - Milwaukee Public Museum - Potawatomi

Northeast - MPM Collections Database - American Indian Cradles and Cradleboards - Anthropology - Artifacts - Collections - Milwaukee Public Museum - Potawatomi

North American Ethnography, Pearsall Collection of American Indian Art: Northeast, Potawatomi, Bandolier Bag, ca. cloth, glass beads.

James Otto Lewis--- "'Brewett'/Miami Chief"---  James Otto Lewis attended treaty council meetings in the Great Lakes region between 1825 and 1827 on a commission from the Indian Department. His portraits were to be distributed as hand coloured lithographs to subscribers in 10 installments with a subsequent circular recording his interviews of the native American Chiefs that sat for him.

James Otto Lewis--- "'Brewett'/Miami Chief"--- James Otto Lewis attended treaty council meetings in the Great Lakes region between 1825 and 1827 on a commission from the Indian Department. His portraits were to be distributed as hand coloured lithographs to subscribers in 10 installments with a subsequent circular recording his interviews of the native American Chiefs that sat for him.

James Otto Lewis--- "Potawatomi/Pottowattomie Chief"---
James Otto Lewis attended treaty council meetings in the Great Lakes region between 1825 and 1827 on a commission from the Indian Department. His portraits were to be distributed as hand coloured lithographs to subscribers in 10 installments with a subsequent circular recording his interviews of the native American Chiefs that sat for him.

James Otto Lewis--- "Potawatomi/Pottowattomie Chief"--- James Otto Lewis attended treaty council meetings in the Great Lakes region between 1825 and 1827 on a commission from the Indian Department. His portraits were to be distributed as hand coloured lithographs to subscribers in 10 installments with a subsequent circular recording his interviews of the native American Chiefs that sat for him.

Potawatomi | twined or panel bag | nettle fiber: light ground + wool: dark & colored pattern | 62 cm x 40 cm | Wisconsin, U.S.A. | c. 1890 | 4 cosmological creatures: underwater panthers | combines two twining techniques: one on the outer edges & sides, and another for the panel contained within them | the red wool yarn was probably unraveled from a blanket

Potawatomi | twined or panel bag | nettle fiber: light ground + wool: dark & colored pattern | 62 cm x 40 cm | Wisconsin, U.S.A. | c. 1890 | 4 cosmological creatures: underwater panthers | combines two twining techniques: one on the outer edges & sides, and another for the panel contained within them | the red wool yarn was probably unraveled from a blanket

Native Art Share-Woody Crumbo(7)  (1912-1989) "Woodrow Crumbo was an American Indian artist, flautist and dancer of Potawatomi descent. His paintings are held by several museums including the Smithsonian Institute and the Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Native Art Share-Woody Crumbo(7) (1912-1989) "Woodrow Crumbo was an American Indian artist, flautist and dancer of Potawatomi descent. His paintings are held by several museums including the Smithsonian Institute and the Metropolitan Museum of Art.

"Pottawattamie Indian Village, Athens, near Battle Creek, Michigan". No date. Photographer: None identified.

"Pottawattamie Indian Village, Athens, near Battle Creek, Michigan". No date. Photographer: None identified.

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