Weavers of Tradition and Beauty: Basketmakers of the Great Basin

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University of Nevada Press, 1995 - Art - 138 pages
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Weavers of Tradition and Beauty presents new information on contemporary Native American basketry of the Great Basin, largely from the viewpoint of the weavers themselves.
Baskets - and the people who weave them - have always been revered and honored by Native Americans. Fulkerson and Curtis depict, in vivid text and both full color and black-and-white photographs, how their art prevails - even over adverse environmental, social, and economic conditions.
 

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Contents

THE BASKETS
20
THE WEAVERS
43
AN AFTERNOON WITH TWO APPRENTICES
98
THE FUTURE
118
GLOSSARY
131
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