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Comanche Chief: Quanah Parker. Photo circa 1890, Indian Territory. Creator(s): Irwin, William E. Location(s): United States - Oklahoma Creation Date: c. 1899   Partner(s): Clay County Historical Society

Khanjar Dagger. Dated: 16th century-17th century. Culture: Indian. Medium: steel; ivory. | Copyright © 2015 Rhode Island School of Design Museum

Indian Tegha Sword Dated: second half of the 19th century Measurements: overall length 70 cm, blade 59.3 cm An Indian Tegha sword of massive proportions featuring an iron hilt with disk pommel and waisted grip. The exceptionally broad blade comes with a pronounced T-back and chiseled overall with Hindu gods, animals and vegetation sprays. The spine features chiseled Devanagari inscription.

Sursanga Date: ca. 1880 Geography: Bengal, India Medium: Tun wood, gourd, bone, ivory. gut, wire Dimensions: L. 106.7 cm (42 in.); D. 24.1 cm (9½ in.) Classification: Chordophone-Lute-plucked-unfretted Credit Line: The Crosby Brown Collection of Musical Instruments, 1889

Firing Pottery, Santa Clara Indian Pueblo, New Mexico Date:1934 Contributing Institution: Pomona Public Library

Katar Dagger. Dated: 16th century. Culture: South Indian, Vijayanagara. | Copyright © 2015 The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Katar Dagger. Dated: 16th century. Culture: South Indian, Vijayanagara. | Copyright © 2015 The Metropolitan Museum of Art