FMNH 211877.nosub{2}

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    Description: ear ornament. Home Life Exhibit
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    Description: Pandanus mat, of type formerly used as woman's skirt.. Home Life Exhibit
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Catalog Number: 211877.nosub{2}
Description: ear ornament
Materials: shell, seed
Cultural Attribution: Chuukese, Micronesian
Locality: Pacific, Caroline Islands, Central Caroline Islands, Chuuk Atoll, Micronesia (Federated States of), Chuuk State
Accession Number: [2210] Buffalo Museum of Science (Exchange)
Accession Year: 1939
Other Numbers: C 11483
Country: Micronesia (Federated States of)
Province/State: Chuuk State
Collector/Source: Buffalo Museum of Science, P. G. Black
EMu IRN: 1117062
GUID: 9ceccdf2-1220-4e70-b2b5-dc6d67de1474

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