IROQUOIS OR SHAWNEE MIDE ROLL

MS 2922
MS Short Title IROQUOIS OR SHAWNEE MIDE ROLL
Text IROQUOIS OR SHAWNEE MIDE ROLL WITH PICTOGRAPHS AND NAME GLYPHS OF HORNED FIGURES, A BEAR, AN UNDERWATER MANITOU, SQUARE AND ROUND CAMPS WITH DOTS INSIDE, DOTTED ARCHES, A TREE, AND MORE
Description MS in Iroquois or Shawnee on birchbark, Ohio/New York State, 19th c., 1 partial roll, 5x16 cm, single column, (5x16 cm), 2+2 lines, 9+14 pictographs and name glyphs. Context: An Objibwa mide roll, see MS 4535.
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Provenance Private collection, Ohio (-1985); 2. Bruce Ferrini, Akron, Ohio.
Commentary The Mide roll can be said to represent the transmission of totems or social structures with name glyphs.
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Place of origin Ohio / New York State
Dates 19c AD

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