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Miniature rain parka by Glenda McKay, Athabascan (Alaskan)
This rain parka is a miniature version of traditional clothing that was made by Athabascan people as well as the Eskimo, Aleut and Alutiiq peoples. It has over thirty strips of walrus stomach, as well as red berry-dyed seal intestine. The ties are caribou sinew, holding # 22 beads. There are over 100 stitches per inch.
5" w x 3" h
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