Pomo Indian Basketry, Volume 7

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The University Press, 1908 - Indian baskets - 308 pages
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Page 141 - Pomo, on the other hand, have so far perfected this form of decoration that they are able to cover their baskets completely with feathers, and good basket makers can so place them that the surface of the basket has almost the smoothness of the breast of a bird itself. Such feathered baskets are shown in pl.

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