Papoose for carrying a baby, made 1870s by Comanche artists from rawhide, deerskin, wood, brass and silver buttons, from the collection of the Denver Art Museum, Denver, Colorado, USA. Picture by Manuel Cohen

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Papoose for carrying a baby, made 1870s by Comanche artists from rawhide, deerskin, wood, brass and silver buttons, from the collection of the Denver Art Museum, Denver, Colorado, USA. Picture by Manuel Cohen

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