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July 14, 2014

Ojibwe Bandolier Bag

Filed under: Item of the Day — Jason Onerheim @ 12:01 am

Ojibwe bandolier bag with front pocket. Pocket panel of loomed glass seed beads has geometric motifs, is attached to cloth backing and features integrated tabs finished with wool yarn tassels. Area above the pocket features a spot-stitch embroidered floral motif. Loomed seed bead panels are attached to cloth strap. Associated with the World’s Columbian Exposition and Becker County Indian Industries. Circa 1890s.

For more information or to purchase a photograph of this item, view this bag in our collections database.

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May 6, 2014

Ojibwe Bandolier Bag

Filed under: Item of the Day — Jason Onerheim @ 11:59 pm

Ojibwa Bandolier Bag

An Ojibwe loom-woven beaded bandolier bag with geometric flower designs; circa 1890-1930.

For more information or to purchase a photograph of this item, view this bag in our collections database.

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November 25, 2013

Ojibwa beaded bandolier bag

Filed under: Item of the Day — Jason Onerheim @ 9:30 am

Ojibwa beaded bandolier bag

An unusual beaded bandolier bag using yellow and orange background and geometric flower design. Circa 1880.

For details, view this bag in our collections database.

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October 14, 2013

Ojibwa bandolier bag

Filed under: Item of the Day — Jason Onerheim @ 9:30 am

Ojibwa bandolier bag

Ojibwe beaded velvet bandolier bag with tree, leaf and flower motifs.

For details, view this bag in our collections database.

July 31, 2013

Ojibwa bandolier bag

Filed under: Item of the Day — Jason Onerheim @ 9:30 am

Ojibwa bandolier bag

Ojibwa bandolier bag with front pocket. Pocket panel of loomed seed beads has geometric motifs, is attached to cloth backing and features integrated tabs finished with wool yarn tassels. Panel above the pocket features a spot-stitched, embroidered floral motif. Loomed seed bead panels are attached to the cloth strap.

For details, view this bag in our collections database.

June 14, 2013

Ojibwa beaded velvet bandolier bag

Filed under: Item of the Day — Jason Onerheim @ 8:30 am

Ojibwa beaded velvet bandolier bag

Dark red velvet bandolier bag with intricate beaded floral design and yarn tassels. Circa 1890.

For details, view this bag in our collections database.

April 5, 2012

Bandolier bag

Filed under: Item of the Day — Lizzie Ehrenhalt @ 9:30 am

Bandolier bag

Ojibwe cloth bandolier bag with front pocket. The bag is spot-stitch decorated and has multicolored glass seed beads arranged in a floral motif on a white bead background. Created between 1860 and 1900; collected by Bishop Henry Benjamin Whipple.

For details, view the bag in our online collections database.

March 4, 2008

Selections from the Bishop Whipple Collection of American Indian Art

Filed under: What's New — Lori Williamson @ 1:08 pm

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“Selections from the Bishop Whipple Collection of American Indian Art,” on view Feb. 15 – April 13 [PLEASE NOTE: THIS EXHIBIT IS NOW CLOSED.] at the Minnesota History Center, is presented in cooperation with the Science Museum of Minnesota.

The exhibit features examples of traditional quillwork, beaded garments, bandolier bags, as well as a variety of objects and lace produced at mission schools in Minnesota.

To learn more about Bishop Whipple and the exhibit, please visit:

Bishop Whipple Collection of American Indian Art Podcast

Selections from Bishop Whipple Collection Exhibit

or come to the History Center!

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