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Birch bark container. Body is made from a single piece of bark, curved into a tall cylinder, edges sewn together with a thin bark strip. Bottom is reinforced with a narrow strip of bark nailed into place. Rim protrudes and is wrapped with thin strips of bark. Lid is attached to body of container by a strap of hide that is separated at the midpoint in order to make three legs that connect to the body in two places. Decoration etched into the bark consists of ducks, trees, spades and hearts, as well as lines of varying thicknesses on container at bottom, as well as on lid.

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