Remember Your Relations: The Elsie Allen Baskets, Family & Friends
Pomo Indian basketry ranks as a world-class art, and no more interesting collection exists than that created by Elsie Allen and her mother, Annie Burke, presented here in full-color.
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Annie Burke the Pomo Indian Womens Club and the Creation of a Basket Collection Sally McLendon
The Pomo People Malcolm Margolin
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Agnes Annie Burke Annie Lake Baby Basket basketry basketweaving bulrush Collection clamshell disk beads Cloverdale coiled baskets Collection of Genevieve Collection of Grace Collection of Mendocino Collection of Victoria County Museum Gift daughter Dot Brovarney Dry Creek Rancheria Elsie Allen Collection Elsie's exhibition Genevieve Allen Aguilar Gift Basket Gift of Genevieve Grace Hudson Museum grandmother Hopland Ibid Interview Knight Lake County lattice Mabel McKay Mary Arnold McLendon Mendocino County Museum Mollie Jackson mother Mow-sha n.d. Foundation n.d. Warp Native American Oakland Museum Ortiz peeled willow shoots personal communication photographer Pinoleville Rancheria Pomo Basketmaking Pomo baskets Pomo weavers Porno prepared sedge roots redbud Collection Redwood Valley Remember Your Relations roots with bulrush roots with redbud Russian River Salome Alcantra Santana Scott scraped willow shoots shoots Weaving Element shoots Weft Sonoma County Susan Billy Susie traditional Ukiah unidentified weaver unnumbered unpeeled Victoria Patterson willow shoots Collection willow shoots Weaving Yokayo Rancheria