Clothing/garment part/fragment and bark (Image withheld)

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Culture/People
probably Cayuga (archaeological) (attributed)
Excavator
Maynard Allen Cramer, Non-Indian, 1892-1958
Previous owner
Maynard Allen Cramer, Non-Indian, 1892-1958
Wellington M. Cramer, Sr., Non-Indian, 1870-1955
Ida Dallas Cramer (Mrs. Wellington M. Cramer, Sr.), Non-Indian, 1866-1960
Wellington M. Cramer, Jr., Non-Indian, 1895-1969
Marjorie E. Cramer (Mrs. Wellington M. Cramer Jr.), Non-Indian, 1910-1985
Donor
Marjorie E. Cramer (Mrs. Wellington M. Cramer Jr.), Non-Indian, 1910-1985
Object Name
Clothing/garment part/fragment and bark (Image withheld)
Media/Materials
Bark, vegetal fiber
Techniques
Woven
Object Type
Clothing/Garments
Place
Burial 1; Sterner site (Genoa Fort site), Salmon Creek; Genoa; Cayuga County; New York; USA
Date created
AD 1580–1650
Collection History
Excavated by Maynard Allen Cramer (1892-1958, a forester and amateur archaeologist) between 1920 and 1940; maintained in the collection of his parents Wellington M. Cramer, Sr. (1870-1955) and Ida Dallas Cramer (1866-1960); inherited by Maynard Cramer’s brother Wellington M. Cramer, Jr. (1895-1969) and his wife Marjorie E. Cramer (1910-1985); lent to MAI by Marjorie Cramer in 1973; donated to MAI by Marjorie Cramer in 1976.
Catalog Number
23/3653
Barcode
233653.000
See related items
Cayuga (archaeological)
Clothing/Garments
Data Source
National Museum of the American Indian
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