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Metis Panel Bag

Panel bags were used for carrying personal medicines, tobacco, and flint and steel for making
fire. After the introduction of the gun, panel bags were also used to carry shot. This Mtis panel
bag was collected in 1846 by the Toronto-based artist Paul Kane. It is believed that he acquired
the bag from the Mtis in the Red River region in what is now southern Manitoba.";"Ces sacs
servaient transporter des produits mdicinaux personnels, du tabac, une pierre feu et un
briquet pour faire du feu. Aprs l'arrive du fusil, on les utilisera aussi pour transporter des
plombs. L'artiste torontois, Paul Kane, fait l'acquisition de ce sac mtis en 1846. On pense qu'il
l'a obtenu auprs des Mtis de la rgion de la rivire Rouge, aujourd'hui le sud du Manitoba.

Royal Ontario Museum. 2007 Royal Ontario Museum, #2006.13.1

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Royal Ontario Museum
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Name of Object: panel Bag
sac
Object Type: bag
sac
Material: wool broadcloth
cotton
glass beads
sinew
wool yarn
porcupine quill
"laine, coton, tendon, perles de verre, fil de laine et piquants de porc-pic
Technique: loom-woven
embroidered
beaded
tiss au mtier
brod
perl
Accession 2006.13.1
Number:
Origin-Province: Manitoba
Manitoba
Origin-Country: Canada
Canada
Origin-Continent: North America
Amrique du Nord
Use-Province: Manitoba
Manitoba
Use-Country: Canada
Canada
Culture: Cree-Metis
Algonquian
mtisse-cri

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algonquin
Geo Cultural Area: Plains
Manitoba
Plaines
Manitoba
Ethno-linguistic Cree-Metis
Group: Algonquian
Cree-Metis
Algonquian
Earliest Production 1846
Date:

Royal Ontario Museum


All rights reserved.
Name of Object: panel Bag
sac
Object Type: bag
sac
Material: wool broadcloth
cotton
glass beads
sinew
wool yarn
porcupine quill
"laine, coton, tendon, perles de verre, fil de laine et piquants de porc-pic
Technique: loom-woven
embroidered
beaded
tiss au mtier
brod
perl
Accession 2006.13.1
Number:
Origin-Province: Manitoba
Manitoba
Origin-Country: Canada
Canada
Origin-Continent: North America
Amrique du Nord
Use-Province: Manitoba
Manitoba
Use-Country: Canada
Canada
Culture: Cree-Metis

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Algonquian
mtisse-cri
algonquin
Geo Cultural Area: Plains
Manitoba
Plaines
Manitoba
Ethno-linguistic Cree-Metis
Group: Algonquian
Cree-Metis
Algonquian
Earliest Production 1846
Date:

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