Indian Coup-stick

 

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Indian Coup Stick

Indian Coup Stick

Here for your consideration is an aesthetic picture of a Piegan Warrior dressed in a War-bonnet and holding a Coup-stick. It was created in 1910 by Edward S. Curtis.

The picture presents a Piegan man, half-length portrait, dressed in war bonnet and holding a feathered coup-stick, facing front.

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Image ID# 02F81215

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