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Moccasins

Southern Cheyenne1870/1890

Grand Teton National Park, National Park Service

Grand Teton National Park, National Park Service

This particular style of moccasin was made and worn by the Kiowa, Comanche, and Cheyenne tribes of the Southern Plains. The moccasins were painted with yellow and red ochre and often fringed with a narrow band of beadwork on the vamp and heel.

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  • Title: Moccasins
  • Creator: Southern Cheyenne
  • Date: 1870/1890
  • Location: Plains
  • Contributor: Grand Teton National Park, National Park Service
  • Photographer: David Swift
  • Measurements: W 42, H 8, D 8 cm
  • Material: Buckskin, glass beads
  • Current Location: Colter Bay Visitor Center
  • Catalog Number: GRTE 5102
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