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Sioux, Cheyenne, and Arapaho tribes used this distinctive triangle design symbolizing either mountains or tipis. The high cuff sewn to the moccasin is known as an “anklewrap.”

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  • Title: Child’s Moccasins
  • Creator: Sioux
  • Date: 1875/1900
  • Location: Plains
  • Contributor: Grand Teton National Park, National Park Service
  • Photographer: David Swift
  • Measurements: W 11.5, H 5, D 5 cm
  • Material: Buckskin, glass beads
  • Current Location: Craig Thomas Discovery & Visitor Center
  • Catalog Number: GRTE 5131
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