A-276: Ojibwa women stretching hide
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|Title||A-276: Ojibwa women stretching hide|
|creator||Hallowell, A. Irving (Alfred Irving), 1892-1974|
|Abstract||Black and white photograph of two Ojibwa women, Helen Quill and her aunt, Ohkanchiish, outside, beside bark frame with stretched hide, tent in background, Duck Lake, Ontario, Canada.|
|Note||Funding provided by: Getty Foundation|
|Subject (local)||Native American Images|
|Subject (lcsh)||Indians of North America--Ontario|
|Subject (lcsh)||Ojibwa Indians|
|Digital Origin||reformatted digital|
|Title||Alfred Irving Hallowell Papers|
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