FMNH 69205.1

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Catalog Number: 69205.1
Description: legging
Materials: buck skin, cotton, flannel, beads
Cultural Attribution: Warm Springs Indians
Locality: North America, U.S., Oregon, Wasco County and Jefferson County, Warm Springs Reservation
Accession Number: [770] Anthropological expedition to Columbia River Basin (Expedition)
Accession Year:
Other Numbers: 287
Continent: North America
Country: U.S.
Province/State: Oregon
District/County: Wasco County and Jefferson County
City/Town: Warm Springs Reservation
Collector/Source: Anthropological expedition to Columbia River Basin, Merton L. Miller
EMu IRN: 3777905
GUID: f4377069-2475-4ba7-80c4-0983ccf63228

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