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Masterpieces of native American basketry

Panhandle-Plains Historical Museum

Masterpieces of native American basketry

Panhandle-Plains Historical Museum, June 15th to August 3rd, 1986

by Panhandle-Plains Historical Museum

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Published by Panhandle-Plains Historical Museum in Canyon, TX .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Basket making,
  • Indians of North America

  • The Physical Object
    Pagination32 p. :
    Number of Pages32
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL26621411M

    The thousands of buttons that are on display at Morning Star Traders have been collected by Rick for over 45 years. The collection consists of mids to s Navajo and Pueblo silver buttons. Some are silver with hand stamping, some have turquoise, some are made of clay, some are beaded, all are little masterpieces. So unique and one of a kind. Today Indian tribes in South America weave baskets from their native palms, South African negroes use reeds and roots, while the Chinese and Japanese are wonderful workman in this as in other arts and industries; but basketry has come down to us more directly through the American Indian. Generations of these weavers have produced masterpieces.

    A gift from Mary Douglas Lewis in , this collection is comprised of Native American basketry from the Pacific Northwest. Palm Press A limited-edition portfolio of original nineteenth-century photographs of various types, including daguerreotype, salt print, and tintype, purchased from Palm Press in   Re-awakening Ancient Salish Sea Basketry: Fifty Years of Basketry Studies in Culture and Science by Ed Carriere and Dale R. Croes Richland, WA: Journal of Northwest Anthropology (JONA), Memoir Num January Available from through CreateSpace Independent Publishing $ (U.S.) / Reviewed by Andrea Laforet * In this book .

      Class XI: Basketry (Best of Show) Carol Emarthle-Douglas (Northern Arapaho-Seminole), “Cultural Burdens,” which represents the “burden” of baskets of various tribes in 22 attached miniature baskets; coiled, twined and plaited weave, with a variety of tree splints, silk thread, sinew, pine- needles, wood, pewter beads, and deer hide. - Basketry was among one of the first craft forms practiced by the Southwest Indian. Used for utilitarian purposes long before pottery, baskets were made to carry not only food but were tightly woven enough to carry water and cook in. The finely woven baskets of the Akimel O’odham (Pima), Tohono O’odham (Papago) and Western Apache are examples of how weavers incorporated 62 pins.


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