American Indians

Folk-art cane made from a single piece of birch wood with the bark partially removed, with incised motifs, symbols, and figures related to the taming of the West in the United States, second part of the 19th century. (Height: 114.5 cm.) Bibliography: C. Dike, Canes in the United States, Cane Curiosa Press, Ladue, 1994, p. 147, no. 8/3.

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