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File:Anishinaabe shoulder bag.jpg

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English: Unrecorded Anishinaabe artist, shoulder bag (without strap) (Anishinaabe, Ojibwa, Ontario, 1820), black-dyed native tanned leather, porcupine quills, tin cones, silk ribbon, dyed hair (courtesy Metropolitan Museum of Art, promised gift of Charles and Valerie Diker, photo by Dirk Bakker)
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Source https://hyperallergic.com/370919/met-acquires-dikers-collection-native-american-art/
Author Unrecorded Anishinaabe artist. Photo courtesy Metropolitan Museum of Art, by Dirk Bakker
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