Women wore belt bags on the back of their belts and men wore their pouches on the side. The pouch with flap is made of cornhusk. As new textile material arrived, Indian hemp was replaced with more accessible commercial jute twine and cotton string. It is plain twined using jute string warp and weft.
Cornhusk, cotton, buckskin, beads, coin. L 17.3, W 16.4 cm
Nez Perce National Historical Park, NEPE 34130