FMNH 55954.nosub[1]

  • 55960: spirit canoe board in exhibit
    [Copyright] Field Museum of Natural History - CC BY-NC
    Description: Carved human figure with peg extremities. Dwamish, Salishan Stock. Washington. [Field Columbian Museum label] Hall 10 Case 21
Catalog Number: 55954.nosub[1]
Description: spirit canoe figure
Materials: cedar
Cultural Attribution: Salish, Coastal
Locality: North America, U.S., Washington, King County, Lake Washington, Squak
Accession Number: [660] Ethnological Expedition to California, Puget Sound, and Vancouver Island, 1899-1900 - Pomo and Kwakiutl Indians (Expedition)
Accession Year:
Continent: North America
Country: U.S.
Province/State: Washington
District/County: King County
City/Town: Lake Washington, Squak
Collector/Source: Ethnological Expedition to California, Puget Sound, and Vancouver Island, 1899-1900 - Pomo and Kwakiutl Indians, George A. Dorsey
EMu IRN: 1286289
GUID: 52d77a1e-62de-41b7-92fe-cbc1a5643467

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