|Object ID #||1957.002.056ab|
|Lexicon category||3: Personal Artifacts|
|Credit line||In Memory of Dr. Harvey Bannerman|
|Place of Origin||Canada Northwest? Manitoba?|
These beaded First Nations-made semi-tanned leather mittens are gauntlet-style. The cuff areas are trimmed with a reddish-brown fur. There is a floral pattern beaded on them. There is also a semi-tanned leather fringe on each. These gauntlets were made about 100 miles north of Edmonton and were sent back to Owen Sound, Ontario to Dr. Harvey Bannerman.
According to Mrs. Bannerman, this item was "made by an Indian" who lived 100 miles north of Edmonton, Alberta.
Collected and/or purchased by Owen Sound's Mrs. and Dr. Harvey Bannerman on their travels or via Dr. Bannerman's brother, Dr. Leslie Bannerman who, for a time, lived in Winnepeg, Manitoba.
|Collection||First Nations, 20th-c Collection|
|Dimensions||W-11.4 L-35.5 D-8.1 cm|
|Found||Canada Northwest? Manitoba?|
Bannerman, Dr. Harvey
First Nations of Western Canada
First Nations of North America