This is the latest in a series of exhibits featuring seldom-seen highlights from the Anthropology collections. Two rare items featured are a Lakota Winter Count depicting significant events in the years 1798-99 through 1904–05, and a unique Cheyenne coat painted with depictions of a horse raid. They are joined by many colorful beaded bags, moccasins, and other artifacts from the 19th and early 20th centuries.
Entrance to exhibit is included with general Museum admission.
NOTE: This exhibit is located in the Museum's Fleischmann Auditorium. From time to time, there are special events that requires the auditorium to be closed to the public.
On the following dates, this exhibit will be closed.
> Monday, September 23 through Tuesday, October 1, 2013 for the annual Santa Barbara ArtWalk
> Thursday, November 28 through Monday, December 9, 2013 for the annual Folk & Tribal Arts Marketplace
> Monday, March 3 through Monday, March 10, 2014 for the annual Mission Creek Gala