American Indians used rawhide to make a variety of storage containers for the objects they owned. They were like the luggage of the time. Most were named after the objects they protected, such as berry bag, bonnet case, or parfleche (dried meat). These containers were brightly decorated, in part so they would be easy to identify.
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