Quiver. Chugach. USA , Russian America. North America, The North-West of the continent, Alaska, Prince William Sound.

Quiver
Collection MAE RAS: № 593-63а
Image ID: 4072056
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Museum inventory number:
№ 593-63а
Title:
Quiver
Ethnicity:
Chugach
Place:
USA , Russian America
Geography:
North America, The North-West of the continent, Alaska, Prince William Sound
Collector:
Voznesenskii Ilya Gavrilovich, zoologist, entomologist, traveller
Expedition:
I.G. Voznesenskii's expedition (1840-1849)
Materials:
wood, paint, sinew
Dimensions:
length 95.4 cm, diameter at its widest point 9 cm, diameter at its narrowest point 5.3 cm
Commentation:
Arrows No. 593—63b/1—7 and bow No. 593—72 comprise a set with this quiver. The quiver is made from halves of a log which have been joined together with sinew ties. In addition to the Chugach wooden quivers were used by both the Kodiak Alutiiq people and the Tlingit. The Aleuts and the Tlingit had one type of bow. This type of hunting bow and wooden quiver was widespread, most like borrowed from the Chugach.
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