12 January 2004
A SIOUX MOOSE ANTLER TOBACCO BOARD
carved with a series of five circular motifs along one edge, each pierced through and surmounted by a pair of "eyes," painted in red, yellow and black, with large oval design at center, leather thong attached
Length: 17 in. (43.2 cm.)
Little Soldier gifted this board to his grandson, who gifted it to his grandson, Stephen Ear. In turn, Stephen Ear gave it to his mother, Mrs. John Ear. It was presented by John Ear to David W. Clark, Jr. in 1936.
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