Indian basketry of western North America, from the collection of the Bowers Museum, Santa Ana, California
Brooke House, 1977 - Art - 64 pages
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aniline dyes bands basket construction Basket weave basketry beads bear grass black fern bottom Bowers Museum BOWL-SHAPED BASKET braided rim brown burden baskets California Chemehuevi Coiled basket COILED FEATHER BASKET colors conical cordage cottonwood devil's claw stitching diameter dyed grasses element S-twining element Z-twined technique encircling examples false embroidery technique finishes the rim geometric design groups Hopi HUPA juncus KAROK LARGE STORAGE BASKET LIDDED STORAGE BASKET maidenhair fern stems Maidu materials NECKED JAR Nez Perce NOOTKA-MAKAH overlay decoration Paiute Papago Pima plaques Pomo popular quail top knot rabbit brush redbud roots in plain rows of plain SHALLOW BOWL SMALL STORAGE BASKET split willow stitches per inch tion Tlingit trays triangles tribes twigs twill twisted typical unpeeled Wasco Washo WATER BOTTLE weave is plain weaver weft elements weft rows Western Apache willow and devil's woven wrapped S-twining technique wrapped twining yellow Yokuts yucca Yucca and devil's YUROK