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Hair pipes in Plains Indian adornment

John Canfield Ewers

Hair pipes in Plains Indian adornment

a study in Indian and White ingenuity

by John Canfield Ewers

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Published by Smithsonian Institution Libraries] in [Washington, D.C .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Indians of North America -- Costume -- Great Plains -- History,
  • Beads -- Great Plains -- History,
  • Beadwork -- Great Plains -- History

  • About the Edition

    Describes the uses of hollow cylindrical beads for personal adornment by the Indians of the Great Plains.

    Edition Notes

    Statementby John C. Ewers.
    ContributionsSmithsonian Institution. Libraries.
    The Physical Object
    FormatElectronic resource
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17085180M
    OCLC/WorldCa34795440

    Among the initial texts selected for the Libraries' first online re-prints is John Ewers's scholarly paper,  Hair Pipes in Plains Indian Adornment, Bulletin No. Missing: Hair pipes. Get the best deals on Sioux US Native American Collectibles when you shop the largest online selection at Free shipping on many items OLD 1 1/2" Bone Hair Pipe Sioux Indian Beads Breastplate Fur Trade 's. $ 7 sold. New 5x7 Native American Photo: Maiden of Sioux, North American Indian Tribe VINTAGE E SIOUX PLAINS.

    - Explore drawlightning's board "NATIVE AMERICAN PIPES gathered by Cowboy" on Pinterest. See more ideas about Native american, American indians and PipesK pins. Hair pipes are long tubular beads that have been integral in many Native American adornments since prehistoric times. The origin of the name hair pipe is obscure at best. Hair pipe beads became a very popular trade bead amongst traders, and mass quantities were produced by wampum manufacturers.

    "The horse is an icon of Plains Indian culture - an indispensable companion in times of peace, and a fearless ally in times of war". - from the book, A Song for the Horse Nation Upon the introduction of horses by the Spanish during their conquest of North America (beginning in the 14th century), the Native American people quickly bonded with. Hair pipes in Plains Indian adornment: a study in Indian and white ingenuity. US Government Printing Office: Washington DC. Ewers, John C. b. Early white influence upon Plains Indian painting George Catlin and Carl Bodmer among the Mandan, Smithsonian Institution: Washington DC. Ewers, John C. Views of a Vanishing Frontier.


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Current Issues. NAGPRA - Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act. This act became. Adornment: Native American Regalia • Read about the Crow and other Plains Indian Wing Fan Crow Not dated Golden eaglewing, cut glass beads (gourd stitch), native • Learn about the traditional lands of the Crowtanned leather, thread 41 x /2 inches and other Plains Indian peoples.

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Ewers (illustrated HTML at Smithsonian). White Eagle, chief of the tribe, showed him an elaborate neck ornament made of the bone stems of the pipes strung on buckskin thongs.

The Kiowa breastplate shown to the left, illustrates the transition from shell to bone hair pipes in Indian ornament. Of the hair pipes Author: Kicking Bear.

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Code: Price: $ Hair Pipes in Plains Indian Adornment US - Central Students of the American Indians and of Western history are familiar with the elaborate breastplates of long, light-colored, tubular beads worn by many prominent Plains Indian men that have been depicted in photographs taken since about   Hair Pipe Breastplate,Plains (specific group unknown).

This breastplate is made of “hair pipe” beads— long beads made of bone, in this case, or conch shell. They were worn during battle but were mainly an adornment as they did not offer extensive protection.

It is also worn as a part of ceremonial regalia. Adornment: Native American Regalia education Packet intrOduCtiOn: Native American Indian regalia and adornment is a complex assemblage of cloth, ornaments and body decoration.

In the past, it served as a major form of visual artistic expression for the various tribes with a strong emphasis on the connection betweenFile Size: 1MB.

"Hair Pipes in Plains Indian Adornment: A Study in Indian and White Ingenuity." Jennys, Susan. 19th Century Plains Indian Dresses.

Pottsboro, Texas: Crazy Crow Trading Post, Print. Koch, Ronald P. Dress Clothing of the Plains Indians. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, Print.

Hair pipes in Plains Indian adornment / J.C. Ewers -- no. Observations on some nineteenth-century pottery vessels from the Upper Missouri / W.R. Wedel -- no. Revaluation of the Eastern Siouan problem, with particular emphasis on the Virginia branches--the Occaneechi, the Saponi, and the Tutelo / C.F.

Miller --no. Hair Pipe Breastplates Fact 3: Native Americans began to use the long, hollow stem of the pipes as beads; Hair Pipe Breastplates Fact 4: Great Plains Indian women wore their hair in two, thick braids which they decorated with beads.

They began to use the hollow pipe stems as another available type of hair adornment.From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. (Redirected from Hair Pipe) Jump to navigation Jump to search. Pablino Diaz (Kiowa) wearing a hair pipe breastplate, A Hair Pipe is a term for a elongated bead, more than inches long, which are popular with American Indians, particularly from the Great Plains and Northwest Plateau.

Q: What are “hair pipes?” “Hair pipes” are actually long cylindrical beads made from conch shells or bone that were worn for personal adornment.

They were common in hair ornaments, earrings, chokers, bandoliers, breastplates, and necklaces.