Wooden spirit mask, carved by the False Face Society of the Haudenosaunee (Iroquois) peoples, United States, c. 1801-1920. Such masks were usually used to drive away evil spirits associated with illness and injury.
- Ethnography and Folk Medicine
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- Loan: Wellcome Trust
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