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Drawing

Museum number:
17-662
Permalink:
ark:/21549/hm21170000662
Alternate number:
13-782 (original number)
Object count:
1
Description:
Two horses.
Collection place:
Bannock County, Idaho
Culture or time period:
Malheur Paiute
Maker or artist:
Billey Paddy
Collection date:
April 1903
Place depicted:
Bannock County, Idaho
Object type:
ethnography
Department:
Cat. 17 - Drawings and Paintings
Dimensions:
width 20.5 centimeters and height 26.7 centimeters
Title:
untitled (Title Subject)
Comment:
Malheur Paiute; by Billey Paddy, son of the late subchief Joe Paddy; Billey Paddy's name "Naiyaba" means "One who has hallucinations of sight." Done after a visit to Fort Hall, the Bannock Reservation.
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