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Rattle1884.110.16
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item is from the Augustus Henry Lane Fox Pitt Rivers founding collection

Culture
Haida: Kaigani ?
Material
maple wood plant, pigment, animal hide skin, stone and animal sinew
Made in
Prince of Wales Island, Alaska, USA ?
Holding Institution
Pitt Rivers Museum
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Rattle1884.110.15
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item is from the Augustus Henry Lane Fox Pitt Rivers founding collection

Culture
Haida
Material
maple wood plant, ivory, tooth, animal hide skin, stone, pigment, iron metal, shell ? and cockle
Made in
Haida Gwaii, British Columbia, Canada
Holding Institution
Pitt Rivers Museum
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Canoe Dug-out1884.81.54
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item is from the Augustus Henry Lane Fox Pitt Rivers founding collection

Culture
Heiltsuk ? or Haida ?
Material
wood plant alder and pigment
Made in
Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada
Holding Institution
Pitt Rivers Museum
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Musical instrument1951.2.15
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Rattle with incised design, bound with skin thongs, with stem pegged with nail and bound with string.

Culture
Haida ?
Material
wood, animal leather skin, iron metal and string
Holding Institution
Pitt Rivers Museum
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Rattle1951.2.14
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Wooden globular shamanic rattle, carved and painted with an animal's face on one side and more-abstracted elements of the animal's body on the other side. [CAK 04/06/2009]

Culture
Haida ?
Material
wood, animal hide skin, pigment, iron metal and stone
Made in
British Columbia Haida Gwaii NW Coast, Canada
Holding Institution
Pitt Rivers Museum
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DishA6566
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Carved, wooden dish in the shape of a loon with the body (part a) and head (part b) connected by a piece of dowel. The beak, eyes and wings are incised while the rest is painted black, red, green and yellow on a grey background with Northwest Coast stylized forms. The neck has a necklace painted on. The opening is rectangular in shape.

Culture
Kwakwaka'wakw
Material
wood and paint
Made in
Gwa'yi (Kingcome Inlet), British Columbia, Canada
Holding Institution
MOA: University of British Columbia
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DishA3668
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Wooden dish with a carved beaver’s head at each end of oval shaped dish. The rim of the dish meets the side of the beaver’s mouths appearing as if they are chewing the wood. Positioned behind the each head is an oval shaped disc, carved in relief, representing the tail of the beaver.

Culture
Kwakwaka'wakw
Material
wood
Made in
Gwa'yi (Kingcome Inlet), British Columbia, Canada
Holding Institution
MOA: University of British Columbia
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RattleA3656
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Brown wood rattle consisting of two rounded pieces put together, each with a semi-cylindrical handle, creating a full rounded oval rattle. Handle is bound with metal wire. Rattle is in the form of a killer whale which curves all the way around with the tail meeting the small blow hole on top with the human figure attached to it. Black eyes in white oval in green oval with extended curving red line around and black and white u forms above. Black body is decorated with white in red circles that have abalone shell inlay at their centres. Side fins have a central abalone shell inlay surrounded by a green ovoid with a red split u at the end. Vertically black dashed tail is outlined by black and bordered by white. Human figure is red with a green area surrounded the black eyes. Cedar bark decorating the end of the tail and the human.

Culture
Kwakwaka'wakw
Material
wood, cedar bark, abalone shell, fibre and paint
Made in
Gilford Island, British Columbia, Canada and Gwa'yasdam's, British Columbia, Canada
Holding Institution
MOA: University of British Columbia
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RattleA3661
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Brown wood rattle consisting of two rounded pieces put together, each with a semi-cylindrical handle, creating a full rounded oval rattle. Along either sides of each piece, there is a hole to bind the two pieces together with skin. Handle is bound with brown and green string. One side is carved in the form of a bird with a protruding head. The circular black eyes are surrounded by a black outlined tapering oval surrounded by a green area with black brows above. The yellow beak has red lips. The grey body has nine feathered section wings of black, green, and grey split u's. The other side has a killer whale facing to the right side in slight relief. The circular black eyes are surrounded by a black outlined tapering oval surrounded by a green area. The nose is red. The black lined red open mouth shows seven grey alternating pointed teeth. The body has black split u's. The side fin has a green ovoid in a black ovoid with a green split u and red accents. The dorsal fin has a curving upward pointing red triangle within the space in between the inverted green split u above with a red circle and an inverted black split u on top. The tail has a green circle and a black split u at either side end. Below the whale, radiating from the handle, there are four panels of a curving upward pointing red triangle within the space in between the inverted black split u. The background is grey.

Culture
Kwakwaka'wakw
Material
wood, fibre, skin and paint
Made in
Gwa'yi (Kingcome Inlet), British Columbia, Canada
Holding Institution
MOA: University of British Columbia
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RattleA6100
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Light brown wood rattle consisting of two rounded pieces put together, each with a semi-cylindrical handle, creating a full rounded oval rattle. Along either sides of each piece, there is a hole to bind the two pieces together with wire. Pieces are also bound together at the top with wire. Handle is bound with brown string. Designs consisting of a face, possibly a bear and a whale? One face has black ovoid in ovoid eyes with an inverted black u form above with a plain oval within at either top side and a horizontal, red oval mouth with extending upper side lines. The other face has black outlined thin ovoid eyes with red nostrils and a black outlined open red mouth showing twelve plain teeth. Above this face, there is an inverted black outlined u form that has two plain dots at either lower side with an inverted black split u above.

Culture
Kwakwaka'wakw
Material
wood, paint, copper metal and cotton fibre
Made in
Village Island, British Columbia, Canada and 'Mimkwamlis, British Columbia, Canada
Holding Institution
MOA: University of British Columbia
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