Paugussett Basket Baby Rattle (Connecticut)
Catalog Number: 83-3-3/1
Fully enclosed small ash splint basket with a splint bail handle. Corn kernels or small pebbles inside the basket create the rattle. Made by Molly Hatchett, a well-known Paugussett basket-maker.
Ohsweken, Iroquois Cornhusk Doll Paddling a Canoe (New York)
Catalog Number: 81-108-1/5
This kneeling cornhusk doll paddling a birch bark canoe is decorated with leather clothing, yarn, beads, rabbit fur hair, feathers, metal and sequins.
Powwow Drum (Plains)
Catalog Number: 81-26-6/9
Drum face is painted with a pipe, over concentric circles with a sun motif. Drum stick is made from a tree branch wrapped with red felt.
Zuni Fetishes (Southwest)
Bear, coyote and owl fetishes carved from bone, agate and turquoise with inlays of shell, coral and turquoise. The more elaborate fetishes carry spirit bundles on their backs.
Gambling Sticks (Southwest)
circa 19th century
Catalog Number: 82-1-34/3
A bundle of thirty-one sticks bound together. Attached in a cotton cloth are five fruit pits with incised designs.
Catalog Number: 04-1-1/5
Male doll carved from wood and dressed in parka and boots, most likely made from caribou fur. Doll head and face are etched in ivory and whale bone.