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Stick for Ball Game. 2 Specimens. Seminole Florida. F.K. Seward-William F. Stiles Expedition.
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Ball Sticks. 5 Specimens. Winnebago. Collected by T.R. Roddy.
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Lacrosse Stick with Painted Handle. Iroquois. New York. Collected and Presented by Mr. Leon A. Miller.
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Lacrosse Stick made of carved and polished wood with netting of leather strips and heavy cord. Made by Scott Hill of the Deer Clan. Mohawk. One of several gifts from artists of the Six Nations at the Grand River Territories on the occasion of the return of eleven wampum belts May 8, 1988.
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Ball. 3 Specimens. Seminole Oklahoma. Collected by M.R. Harrington.
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This stonecut titled "High Kick" is by Agnes Nanogak

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