This is a small parfleche bag that is Lakota made in South Dakota.
Parfleche is a Native American bag that typically used for holding dry goods, the word was originally used by French furtraders. It derives from the french "parer" meaning "parry" or "defend" and "fleche" meaning "arrow" so called because the hide was tough enough to be used as a shield.
The bag is made from rawhide , leather and blue tradecloth.
The height is 11 in. including fringe 5 1/2 without fringe.
The width is 4 3/4 in