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. The Arapaho. Arapaho Indians; Arapaho art; Symbolism in art; Picture-writing, Indian; Indians of North America; Indians of North America. 70 Bulletin American Museum of Natural History. [Vol. XVIII, Fig. 17 shows the tent-omament design slightly altered, and used to cover one side of a ball. Tent-ornaments are generally attached to the tent with a certain amount of ceremony. This is done by an assemblage of old women, one or more of whom are possessors of one of the seven sacred women's bags that have been referred to. The ceremonies are similar to those that have been described as taking pl

. The Arapaho. Arapaho Indians; Arapaho art; Symbolism in art; Picture-writing, Indian; Indians of North America; Indians of North America. 70 Bulletin American Museum of Natural History. [Vol. XVIII, Fig. 17 shows the tent-omament design slightly altered, and used to cover one side of a ball. Tent-ornaments are generally attached to the tent with a certain amount of ceremony. This is done by an assemblage of old women, one or more of whom are possessors of one of the seven sacred women's bags that have been referred to. The ceremonies are similar to those that have been described as taking pl Stock Photo
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. The Arapaho. Arapaho Indians; Arapaho art; Symbolism in art; Picture-writing, Indian; Indians of North America; Indians of North America. 70 Bulletin American Museum of Natural History. [Vol. XVIII, Fig. 17 shows the tent-omament design slightly altered, and used to cover one side of a ball. Tent-ornaments are generally attached to the tent with a certain amount of ceremony. This is done by an assemblage of old women, one or more of whom are possessors of one of the seven sacred women's bags that have been referred to. The ceremonies are similar to those that have been described as taking place in connection with the transfer of one of the sacred bags or with the embroidering of a robe (pp. 30 et seq.).. Fig. i6(rQ|7). Cradle-omament. Diam., 14.5 cm. Fig. 17 (tW- Beaded Ornament for Ball. Diam., 15 cm. The following is a description of the ceremonies accompany- ing the ornamentation of a tent, as witnessed by the writer. A middle-aged woman who wished her tent decorated had prepared the ornaments.. These consisted, when the cere- mony began, of a piece of skin on which the large circular ornament had been beaded; of the four smaller ornaments, also of embroidered hide; of cow-tails to be attached to the circular ornaments; of four sets of thin pendants, to be at- tached, with the tails, to the four small circles; of fourteen quill-wound yellow pendants, bearing small hoofs at the ends; of sixteen similar yellow pendants which were ornamented with the design black, white, black, red, black, white, black, that has been previously described (p. 34); and of red flannel to be cut into pieces to be hung on the pendants next to the hoofs. The canvas tent which was to be ornamented had. Please note that these images are extracted from scanned page images that may have been digitally enhanced for readability - coloration and appearance of these illustrations may not perfectly resemble the original work.. Kroeber, A. L. (Alfred Louis), 1876-1960; Jesup Arapaho Expedition (1

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