From card: "Oak frame with two braces, pointed toe and heel, toe curved up. Foot netting of finely woven prepared buckskin or babiche, fastened over braces and frames, protected from chafing by pieces of cloth, heel and toe netting of finer babiche rove through the frame. Sides of frame ornamented with tufts of red flannel. Deerskin strips for fastening toe part to the boot."
These snowshoes resemble a pair illustrated in Figure 240d, after p. 138 in Catlin, George. Letters and Notes on the Manners, Customs and Conditions of North American Indians: Volume II, 1841. Catlin identifies them as Sioux.
See U.S. National Museum Annual Report for 1894, p. 405, where these snowshoes are described and identified as a Cree type.