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Identifier: 
T0068
Description: 
Northern and central Plains women beaded small multi-purpose pouches that had tapering flaps resembling an animal’s long tail. This elongated flap is likely related to earlier belt pouches that had been made from the whole skins of small animals. Men would wear both types of pouches secured at the waist with a belt.
Physical dimensions: 
length 16.25 in ; width 4.5 in
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