|Object Name||Bag, Ration Ticket|
|Collection||T. R. Roddy|
|Year Range from||1880|
|Year Range to||1915|
A Cheyenne ration ticket bag made of commercially tanned leather, possibly a repurposed boot top, with braintanned deer hide fringe.
Flat bag; front beaded with three geometric designs in yellow, red, white, cobalt blue, and pink; semi-circle flap, edge beaded, and Maltese cross in center; soft white buckskin fringe on flap and bottom of bag; seams trimmed with white beads; leather thong on back for hanging
|Dimensions||W-8.071 L-9.843 inches|
|Material||leather, beads, sinews|
Roddy, Thomas R.
|Category||Native American Bags|