This shoulder bag of hide, porcupine quills  and dyed hair belonged to the Rev. Peter Jones, the first Canadian Indian to be ordained as a Methodist minister.
This shoulder bag of hide, porcupine quills and dyed hair belonged to the Rev. Peter Jones, the first Canadian Indian to be ordained as a Methodist minister. Courtesy of American Federation of Arts
This shoulder bag of hide, porcupine quills and dyed hair belonged to the Rev. Peter Jones, the first Canadian Indian to be ordained as a Methodist minister. Courtesy of American Federation of Arts

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