Jerkin-style shirt - ROM2004_948_6

ROM2004_948_6

Jerkin-style shirt

Maker: Belonged to The Runner, Nakoda (Assiniboine)
Medium:Beaded hide, lined with cloth
Geography: Carry the Kettle Reserve, Saskatchewan, Canada
Date: 1907
Dimensions:
66 × 97 cm
Object number: 913.14.389
Credit Line: Edmund Morris Collection
On view
Gallery Location:Daphne Cockwell Gallery dedicated to First Peoples art & culture
DescriptionThis jerkin-style shirt was owned and worn by The Runner, brother of Chief Carry the Kettle, in the Horse Dance at Carry the Kettle Reserve. An unidentified woman made the shirt and matching leggings (913.14.26.A-B) over the course of a year. Edmund Morris purchased the outfit for $27.00 just after the dance on July 20, 1908. 
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