Vintage Pottery Mohave Male Doll
- Vintage Pottery Mohave Male Doll
- From Gila River Area, Arizona, Southwest
- Body and face paint represents elaborate tattoos and paint worn by this tribe
- Mohaves were a warlike tribe along the Arizona, Gila River who confronted early Mormon settlers
- Horsehair wig slathered with rawhide glue
- Reddish clay pottery painted with charcoal mineral paint
- 1740s – 1850s trade beads
- Wool breechclout
- Left arm of doll, about elbow height, has been broken and re-glued
- 6 1/2″ tall
- The Mojave were the most northern of the Yuman tribes.
- Their land stretched from Black Canyon to the Picacho Mountains below today’s Parker Dam, straddling the Colorado River.
- Native American Pottery