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        Antiques Roadshow | Late 19th-Century American Indian Clothing

        In this video from Antiques Roadshow, tribal arts appraiser Douglas Deihl looks at a collection of American Indian clothing and objects dating back to the 1880s and 1890s. The adolescent child's dress, moccasins, knife saber case and pipe bag were a gift to the superintendent of the Wichita National Grasslands in Oklahoma, who in 1930 removed a group of ranchers illegally grazing their animals in Indian territory. The artifacts represent several tribes, including Sioux, Cheyenne and Assiniboine, and exhibit fine detail, colorful symbols and exceptional craftsmanship.

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