Arapaho ladies brain tanned deerskin dress decorated with fringe and beadwork. Traditionally cowry shells were sewn onto the yoke of dresses that would have been worn during dances.

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Arapaho ladies brain tanned deerskin dress decorated with fringe and beadwork. Traditionally cowry shells were sewn onto the yoke of dresses that would have been worn during dances.

Copyright Marilyn Angel Wynn


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