Pine Ridge Reservation shawl

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Pine Ridge Reservation shawl

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Description

Red cotton shawl with red satin fringed border. "Oglala Lakota Nation" is embroidered in black thread in a semicircle pattern. A Lakota medicine wheel in colors that represent the four cardinal directions (red, yellow, black and white) is nested in a circle of nine tipis just below the stitched lettering. The tepee circle is flanked by coup sticks draped in eagle feathers and a set of crossed peace pipes are embroidered on the garment. President Clinton visited Pine Ridge Reservation in South Dakota during his New Markets tour.

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William J. Clinton Presidential Library

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JPEG

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Unrestricted

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Physical Dimensions

44 x 44 in

Citation

“Pine Ridge Reservation shawl,” Clinton Digital Library, accessed April 1, 2020, https://clinton.presidentiallibraries.us/items/show/101225.