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CHIPPEWA BANDOLIER BAG

CHIPPEWA BANDOLIER BAG

Loom-beaded bandolier bag, Ojibwe, Great Lakes region, late nineteenth century. 	Beginning in the mid-nineteenth century, American Indians of the Great Lakes region used beads and cloth acquired through trade with Anglo Americans to create a new form--the bandolier bag. Made by women but typically worn by men as part of their ceremonial dress, these vividly colored and elaborately beaded bags were symbols of both personal status and tribal identity.

Loom-beaded bandolier bag, Ojibwe, Great Lakes region, late nineteenth century. Beginning in the mid-nineteenth century, American Indians of the Great Lakes region used beads and cloth acquired through trade with Anglo Americans to create a new form--the bandolier bag. Made by women but typically worn by men as part of their ceremonial dress, these vividly colored and elaborately beaded bags were symbols of both personal status and tribal identity.

Chippewa Bandolier

Chippewa Bandolier

.Ojibwe - Region: Great Lakes Area

.Ojibwe - Region: Great Lakes Area

A Fine Woodlands Native American Ojibwa Beaded Bandoleer Bag. Glass beads, tradecloth, canvas and wool thread. Circa 1900 – 1910

A Fine Woodlands Native American Ojibwa Beaded Bandoleer Bag. Glass beads, tradecloth, canvas and wool thread. Circa 1900 – 1910

Late 19th century Ojibway (First Nations) Bandolier bag at the Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia - From the curators' comments: "The beaded bags were made by women but typically worn by men for ceremonial occasions. Although sometimes used as bags, they were more important as symbols of wealth and status and were highly valued when trading with other tribes."

Late 19th century Ojibway (First Nations) Bandolier bag at the Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia - From the curators' comments: "The beaded bags were made by women but typically worn by men for ceremonial occasions. Although sometimes used as bags, they were more important as symbols of wealth and status and were highly valued when trading with other tribes."

beaded bandolier bag | Chippewa | Great Lakes region: U.S.A. + Canada | c. 19th century

beaded bandolier bag | Chippewa | Great Lakes region: U.S.A. + Canada | c. 19th century

Great Lakes beaded bandolier bag, 19th c.

Great Lakes beaded bandolier bag, 19th c.

Great Lakes Beaded Cloth Bandolier Bag, Ojibwa

Great Lakes Beaded Cloth Bandolier Bag, Ojibwa

bandolier bags for auction | 2065: CHIPPEWA APPLIQUE BEADED BANDOLIER BAG : Lot 2065

bandolier bags for auction | 2065: CHIPPEWA APPLIQUE BEADED BANDOLIER BAG : Lot 2065

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Chippewa Beaded Bandolier Bag

Chippewa Beaded Bandolier Bag

Fully Beaded Chippewa Bandolier Bag ca. 1890

Fully Beaded Chippewa Bandolier Bag ca. 1890

Loom-beaded bandolier bag, possibly Menominee or Potawatomi, Great Lakes region, late nineteenth century | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Loom-beaded bandolier bag, possibly Menominee or Potawatomi, Great Lakes region, late nineteenth century | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Ojibwe bandolier bag

Ojibwe bandolier bag

1900'S CHIPPEWA BEADED BANDOLIER BAG

1900'S CHIPPEWA BEADED BANDOLIER BAG