|Title||Leggings, Pair; Leather; Beaded; Geometric; Women's|
|Description||One pair of leather leggings. Leggings are for a small adult female or older female child. The leggings are full length to cover the entire leg from ankle to knee. The upper portion of the legging is sewn into a tube shape, the seam stitched by machine with cotton thread. The lower portions of the leggings are made of a separate piece of leather that is attached to the uppers with hand stitching and thick cotton thread. The lower portions of the leggings open along one edge and tie closed with pairs of leather thongs. The lower portions are covered with glass beads. The beads used in the design are white, green, light blue, dark blue, yellow, and white heart red. The design on each pair is geometric and features a "turtle" motif composed of a square with triangles extending from the sides and corners. Triangles decorate the edges of the beaded design. The beads are attached to the leather with lazy stitch and cotton thread.|
|Year Range from||1910|
|Year Range to||1925|
|Culture||North American Indian/Dakota Sioux?/|
|Material||leather, glass beads, sinew, thread|
|Place of Origin||USA; South Dakota|
Booth, George T.
|Other Name||Legging, Women's|
Colleted by George T. Booth. According to catalog records, most of the materials in the collection are attributed to the Dakota-Sioux of western Nebraska and South Dakota.
George T. Booth's obituary says that his was born in Crete in 1895. He was a WWI veteran and worked for the University of Nebraska transportation pool. He died February 22, 1949.
|Credit line||George T. Booth, Lincoln (Lancaster), Nebraska|
|Collection||Booth, George T.|