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Tahltan "Diving Raven" button tunic. Date unknown. Wool cotton, silk, glass beads, shell buttons. Royal BC Museum. @briarpatched

Tahltan "Diving Raven" button tunic. Date unknown. Wool cotton, silk, glass beads, shell buttons. Royal BC Museum. @briarpatched

Top right: 1880 Tahltan (First Nations) Powder horn at the National Museum of the American Indian, New York location

Top right: 1880 Tahltan (First Nations) Powder horn at the National Museum of the American Indian, New York location

Tahltan (Telegraph Creek, British Columbia), Bandolier Bag, beads/wool/leather, c. 1880.

Tahltan (Telegraph Creek, British Columbia), Bandolier Bag, beads/wool/leather, c.

Knife and sheath associated with Chief Shakes VI (Tlingit b.?–1916)  ca. 1840–1890  Etolin Island, Alaska  Iron, brass, ivory, abalone, caribou hide, wool cloth, cotton cloth, glass beads, dentalium shell

Tlingit (Alaska), Chief Shakes’ Knife, abalone/ivory/brass/iron/leather/beads/dentalium shells/beads/wool, c.

Tahltan Beaded Cloth and Hide Moccasins

Tahltan Beaded Cloth and Hide Moccasins

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