Museum Exhibit Rental 1 - Indigenous Snowshoe Collection

Muesum Exhibit Rental 1 – Indigenous Snowshoe Collection
c. 1800’s – 1900’s, 19th – 20th century
Wood, babiche, cotton coth, glass, metal (nails)
120sq.ft. total recommended space for 8’ height x 15’ length display
© Vintage Winter

This museum exhibit includes many variations of native made snowshoes – each with its unique story. Also included is professionally framed art with photos and text explaining history, creation, stories and traditions associated with snowshoes. Also included are antique Moccasins; the traditional choice for snowshoe footwear. Winter enthusiasts of all kinds will appreciate the history of the pieces in this exhibit.

Detail list:

  • 19th century Eastern Woodlands Huron-Wendat ‘Bear Paw’ snowshoes
  • Western Subartic Indian possibly Anishinaabe (Saulteaux) snowshoes
  • Cree Indian Pom Pom snowshoes
  • Western Subarctic Antique Trapper Snowshoe
  • Miniture snowshoes believed to created by native children of the Eastern Subartic Innu or Naskapi tribe
  • 2x Descriptive barn wood framed artwork (14"w x 26"l each)
  • Professional descriptive labels
  • Moccasins


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