Crow

PARFLECHE CASES

Painted leather 
68.6 cm x 30.5 cm 
Crow, late 19th century 
Lodge Grass, Montana, North America 
Albert Green Heath Collection 
LMA 30040

The parfleche, (from the French parer, to ward off and flèche, arrow), was used for storage of dry goods. Each tribe had its own pattern and color scheme.


MARTINGALE

Buckskin, wool, beadwork 
Crow 
Northern Plains, North America 
Museum Purchase 
LMA 2351 


CHILD'S VEST (FRONT)

Buckskin, quills 
Crow 
Northern Plains, North America 
Albert Green Heath Collection 
LMA 30443


CHILD'S VEST (BACK)

Buckskin, quills 
Crow 
Northern Plains, North America 
Albert Green Heath Collection 
LMA 30443


CHILD'S DOLL

Buckskin, beads 
Crow 
Northern Plains, North America 
Albert Green Heath Collection 
LMA 30264