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Arapaho Painted Hide Drum (Chief Little Raven Personal Drum)

Circa 1880's

10" x 2"

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Chief Little Raven (1810-1889)

From Oklahoma Historical Society:

Little Raven (Hosa, Young Crow) was a principal Southern Arapaho chief. A peaceful man who provided wise and progressive leadership, he was known for his stately appearance and oratorical skills. He was born on the central Great Plains during the early nineteenth century, perhaps along the Platte River in present Nebraska. His influence was noted as early as 1840 when he mediated peace between the Southern Arapaho and Cheyenne and the Kiowa, Comanche, and Plains Apache. Concerned for his tribe's subsistence, he sought agricultural implements and instruction from the U.S. government in 1857.

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