Woman's saddle - HD5523_1

HD5523_1

Woman's saddle

Maker: Probably Blackfoot (Blood/Kainai)
Medium:Wood, rawhide, metal
Geography: Southern Alberta
Date: c. 1890
Dimensions:
24 x 45 x 30 cm
Object number: HD5523
Not on view
Description

Frederick Deane-Freeman was a long-time ration issuer on the Blood Reserve, who was hired by the Indian Department in December of 1884. The British Museum also has a Deane-Freeman collection from the Blackfoot (Bloods).

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