1820-1840 Early Native American Indian Shot Pouch, Handmade & Stitched
1820-1840 Early Native American Indian Shot Pouch, Handmade with Thick Tanned Leather, Hand Stitched and Wet Formed Into a Hard Shape, The Bag Has a Wooden Stopper, Leather Shoulder Strap with Beads.
Like so many people in America during the 19th century, your American Indian ancestors were probably not living in the same place at the end of the century as they did at the beginning. The difference is that the Indians were forced to move. This had been going on for more than a century, but the process of resettlement accelerated and reached its apex in the 1800s.
A general timeline of American Indian resettlement in the 19th century includes the huge migrations into Indian Territory (present-day Oklahoma) of the Five Civilized Tribes following the Indian Removal Act of 1830. But it’s been said that every tribe had its “Trail of Tears.” In other words, each group had its own journey.
Item Code - MIL8E4389HWA
Width: 3" Height: 13 3/4" Depth: 1" Weight: 74 g
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