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Drum and Stick
Cochiti Pueblo
By Carlos Herrera
Carlos Herrera, son of Arnold Herrera, is a third generation drum maker from Cochiti Pueblo. This type of Pueblo drums is generally used during traditional dances at many of the Pueblos located along the banks of the Rio Grande River and its tributaries.
Mountain aspen, cowhide, paint. W 45.6, H 56 cm [H 22 1/4, D 18 inches]
Bandelier National Monument, BAND 22778

This drum was used in the Pueblo Drumming video. Please click the drum icon to view the video.