From the event:
Here, Now and Always: A Final Look
Museum of Indian Arts and Culture
Cap, 1932, John Quail, Southern Moapa Paiute
Museum of Indian Arts and Culture/Laboratory of Anthropology, 883/12
Photography by Addison Doty
A Moapa Southern Paiute leader or spokesperson, wore this cap. Made of mountain sheep hide, quill tips, and blackbird feathers, this piece is reflective of every Native nation’s sovereign right to self-governance, as well as the ingenuity of the individual maker.
Credit: Addison Doty
Note: Representative image at left is often cropped for display purposes. Downloaded high-resolution images are not cropped.