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"Three Canoe Studies," Makah
mid–late May 1847
Maker: Paul Kane (1810 Mallow, Ireland–1871 Toronto, Canada)
"Falls in River Landscape"
August 9, 1848
Maker: Paul Kane (1810 Mallow, Ireland–1871 Toronto, Canada)
"Poling up the St. Mary’s River," Chippewa/Southeastern Ojibway
early August 1845
Maker: Paul Kane (1810 Mallow, Ireland–1871 Toronto, Canada)
Country: USA
"Prairie Landscape"
September 1846
Maker: Paul Kane (1810 Mallow, Ireland–1871 Toronto, Canada)
Doll clothing, bag
1927-1950
Maker: Barren Ground Band Innu (Montagnais-Naskapi)
Country: Canada
Mask
c. 1900
Maker: Nuxalk (Bella Coola)
Country: Canada
Paint bag
c. 1885
Maker: Blackfoot (Blood)
Country: Canada
War club
late 19th century
Maker: Chief Robert Bell, Kwakiutl or Heiltsuk (Bella Bella)
Country: Canada
Sculpture, man
Maker: Inuit
"Sketch in the Prairie"
September 1846
Maker: Paul Kane (1810 Mallow, Ireland–1871 Toronto, Canada)
Country: Canada
"Loch-o-let, Nisqually Chief," Nisqually (Southern Coast Salish)
April 7, 1847
Maker: Paul Kane (1810 Mallow, Ireland–1871 Toronto, Canada)
"Elbow Club, Pipe Bowl, and Pipe Stems," Southern Algonquian
mid-July–early August 1845
Maker: Paul Kane (1810 Mallow, Ireland–1871 Toronto, Canada)
Country: Canada
"Profile Study of Roach," Northern Plains peoples
early September–early October 1846 or December 1847–late May 1848
Maker: Paul Kane (1810 Mallow, Ireland–1871 Toronto, Canada)
"Blackfoot Pipe Stem Carrier," Blackfoot
June 2, 1848
Maker: Paul Kane (1810 Mallow, Ireland–1871 Toronto, Canada)
Country: Canada
"Head of Female Bighorn Mountain Sheep"
early–mid-November 1846
Maker: Paul Kane (1810 Mallow, Ireland–1871 Toronto, Canada)
Country: Canada
"Oregon City Landscape"
mid-January to mid-February 1847
Maker: Paul Kane (1810 Mallow, Ireland–1871 Toronto, Canada)
Country: USA
"Figure Studies for Scalp Dance," Colville (Interior Salish)
September 16–22, 1847
Maker: Paul Kane (1810 Mallow, Ireland–1871 Toronto, Canada)
"Male Figure Smoking Pipe and Architectural Floor Plan," Plains peoples
early September–early October 1846 or December 1847–late May 1848
Maker: Paul Kane (1810 Mallow, Ireland–1871 Toronto, Canada)