Girl dress, Southern Cheyenne. ДА2. 90x125 cm. George Levi (Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribes of Oklahoma): "This dress was made and at a later date the beadwork was added, morningstar and magpie designs. It could possibly be a repurposed Ghost Dance dress because of the cut and construction of the dress itself. There are dewclaws on the fringes. The dress could have been traded or come from someone who intermarried with an Arapaho because the Cheyenne do not participate in Ghost Dance." NMNH.