A buffalo hide cut-out used for the Sun Dance, Oglala Sioux, collected in 1880. The cut-out was attached to the top of a pole during the annual Sun Dance ceremony. The Sun Dance served to thank the sun for past favours and to request renewed protection. From the Peabody Museum, Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts.
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