Drums, Tomahawks and the Horse: Native American Cultural Tools
This free exhibition is part of the Jim and Vanita Oelshlager Native American Ethnographic Collection. This exhibition displays cultural artifacts as tools for everyday living, for ceremony, for warfare, and for artistic representation. The exhibition features drums, tomahawks, shields, headdresses, and other tools related to Native American life and the use of the horse. These artifacts were created between 1860-1920 by the people of the Great Planes and western Great Lakes.
Created by aeliopou
73 College St.
Akron, OH 44325-4302