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Sioux parfleche bag often referred to as a "lunch bag" used for storing dried meat. They typically have an oval rawhide bottom, short fringe up the side, and a brain tanned neck about 6" high with a drawstring closure. This one just has a slit. Rare piece.
PERIOD: Late 19th Century ORIGIN: Great Plains - Sioux, Native American