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ID: 300438457
Page Link: http://vocab.getty.edu/page/aat/300438457

 

Record Type: concept
mokuks (<vessels for serving and consuming food>, <containers for serving and consuming food>, ... Furnishings and Equipment (hierarchy name))

 

Note: Wooden containers, usually made of birch bark and sewn together with basswood bast, made to store maple sugar. Particularly made and used by Anishinaabe, Potawatomi, and other Great Lakes Native North American tribes. Sometimes decorated with quillwork, braided sweetgrass, or incised designs.
 
Terms:
mokuks (preferred,C,U,English-P,D,U,PN)
mokuk (C,U,English,AD,U,SN)
makak (C,U,English,UF,L,SN)
makak (Ojibwa,UF,U,SN)
mocock (C,U,English,UF,U,SN)
mocuck (C,U,English,UF,U,SN)
rogan (C,U,English,UF,U,SN)

Facet/Hierarchy Code:  V.TQ

Hierarchical Position:

Hierarchy of Objects Facet
Objects Facet
Hierarchy of Furnishings and Equipment (hierarchy name)
.... Furnishings and Equipment (hierarchy name) (G)
Hierarchy of Containers (hierarchy name)
........ Containers (hierarchy name) (G)
Hierarchy of containers (receptacles)
............ containers (receptacles) (G)
Hierarchy of <containers by function or context>
................ <containers by function or context> (G)
Hierarchy of culinary containers
.................... culinary containers (G)
Hierarchy of <containers for serving and consuming food>
........................ <containers for serving and consuming food> (G)
Hierarchy of <vessels for serving and consuming food>
............................ <vessels for serving and consuming food> (G)
Hierarchy of mokuks
................................ mokuks (G)

Related concepts:
created by ....  birchbark artists
..................  (<people in crafts and trades by material>, <people in crafts and trades>, ... People (hierarchy name)) [300435654]
made of/require ....  birch bark (plant material)
............................  (bark (plant material), plant material, ... Materials (hierarchy name)) [300379355]
reflect/produced by ....  <Eastern Woodland and Eastern Great Lake Native American styles>
....................................  (Native North American styles, Native American, ... Styles and Periods (hierarchy name)) [300017542]
reflect/produced by ....  <Great Lake and Central Woodland Native American styles>
....................................  (Native North American styles, Native American, ... Styles and Periods (hierarchy name)) [300017581]

Sources and Contributors:
makak............  [VP]
..............  Ojibwe People's Dictionary [online] (2015) "makak," accessed 14 January 2020
mocock............  [VP]
.................  Oxford English Dictionary Online (2002-) "mocock," accessed 14 January 2020
mocuck............  [VP]
.................  Harbor Springs Area Historical Society [online] (2015) "mocuck," accessed 14 January 2020, "Anishinaabek Art: Gift of the Great Lakes,"
mokuk............  [VP]
..............  Great Lakes Research Alliance, Carleton University [online] (2020) "mokuk," accessed 14 January 2020, "Ninaatigwaaboo (Maple Tree Water): An Anishinaabe History of Maple Sugaring,"
mokuks............  [VP Preferred]
.................  Great Lakes Research Alliance, Carleton University [online] (2020) "mokuk," accessed 14 January 2020, "Ninaatigwaaboo (Maple Tree Water): An Anishinaabe History of Maple Sugaring,"
.................  Minneapolis Institute of Art [online] (2020-) "mokuk," accessed 14 January 2020, "Mokuk"
.................  Royal Ontario Museum [online] (2020-) "mokuk," accessed 14 January 2020, "Container (mokuk),"
rogan............  [VP]
..............  Phillips, Trading Identities (1998) 170; accessed 22 January 2020
 
Subject: .....  [VP]
 
Note:
English .......... [VP]
.......... Great Lakes Research Alliance, Carleton University [online] (2020) accessed 14 January 2020, "Ninaatigwaaboo (Maple Tree Water): An Anishinaabe History of Maple Sugaring,"
.......... Harbor Springs Area Historical Society [online] (2015) accessed 14 January 2020, "Anishinaabek Art: Gift of the Great Lakes,"
.......... Ojibwe People's Dictionary [online] (2015) accessed 14 January 2020

 

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