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Catalog Number 7911-12-(1-2)
Title Pipe; Catlinite Bowl; Wood Stem
Object Name Pipe, Smoking
Description Pipe; bowl and stem. Bowl is T shaped and made of dark red catlinite. Bowl has incised bands at all of the edges. The anterior end is tapered, with a double incised ring at the mid-section. The bowl is round in the cross-section and has a blackened interior. Bowl has a crude repair at joint. Stem is made of dark wood and has a diamond shape. Both ends of stem are tubular shaped, with end that fits into bowl being longer.
Year Range to 1957
Culture North American Indian
Material catlinite, wood
Height (in) 3.5
Length (in) 6.75
Width (in) 1.125
People Heumann, Henry A.
Sitting Bull
History Donor file indicates this pipe was supposed to have been used by Sitting Bull.
Credit line Henry A. Heumann, Seward (Seward), Nebraska
Collection Heumann, Henry A.