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Museum number:
1-19567
Permalink:
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Accession number:
Acc.483
Object count:
1
Description:
Made of rabbit and racoon fur, twisted, one bunch.
Donor:
Merle Apperson
Collection place:
Deer Creek, Tehama County, California
Verbatim coll. place:
California; Tehama; Deer Creek
Culture or time period:
Yana
Collector:
John Apperson and Merle Apperson
Collection date:
November 1908
Object type:
ethnography
Function:
8.3 For Manufacturing
Accession date:
1914
Context of use:
Twisted fur strips were sewn together to make blankets and capes.
Department:
Native California (archaeology and ethnology)
Comment:
Continued from Provenience Commments: "This batch was purchased for the Museum by A.L. Kroeber from John Apperson of Vina, California who, with his son Merle, was a member of the raiding party.
Loans:
S1962-26: California State Indian Museum (November 15, 1962–October 1, 1964), S1966-1967 #9: Palo Alto Junior Museum and Zoo (October 10, 1966–December 17, 1966), and S1969-1970 #64: California State University, Chico (December 31, 1969–August 31, 1970)
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