The Sierra Nevadas are the traditional grounds of many Native peoples. The Sierra Miwok,Mono, Kawaiisu, Northern Paiute and Tubatulabal tribes have lived and hunted here. The Paiutes called its tallest granite peak Tumanguya, or “the Very Old Man." Also called Mt. Whitney, it is the highest point in the contiguous United States. The mountains of the 400-mile range are represented by stepped peaks, with arrows guarding the streams and rivers of the Great Basin watershed.
Leather body and strap with wool face 9" x 3" x 7.5" | 23cm x 8cm x 19cm Strap fully extended 48" | 122cm
Body: Cotton Canvas, Pattern: Wool, Cowhide leather, cotton lining
9” x 3” x 7.5”
Imported of US Fabric