Baskets

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16 Archival description results for Baskets

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Artifacts: hunting, fishing, and cooking

Image is of a display of artifacts which appear to be primarily from Northwest Coast cultural groups. Artifacts include wood carvings, kayak paddles, mauls, net or line sinkers, harvesting baskets, and fishing nets. and implements, and ornaments.

Artifacts: masks, culinary vessels, implements

Image is of a display of artifacts which includes masks, wood carvings, culinary vessels and implements, and ornaments. Masks appear to be primarily from Northwest Coast cultural groups. On the right is a mounted costume which may be Inuit reindeer skin garments.

Artifacts: masks, woven baskets, hats

Image is of a display of artifacts which appear to be primarily from Northwest Coast cultural groups. Artifacts include masks, woven baskets and hats. On the right is a mounted costume which may be Inuit reindeer skin garments. On the bottom of the display are the words "INDIAN CURIOUS THINGS".

Basket exhibit

Subseries consists of a program and information related to a basket weaving exhibit held at the Bellevue Arts Museum called American Indian Baskets: Trees, Reeds and Grasses.

Woman weaving basket

Image of a woman weaving a basket. Different images of the same woman and scene are printed on page 112 of Carter's book "From History's Locker," with the caption: "Basket weaving, and art that reaches its highest form among the Nootka tribe, is still very much in vogue today. Here Mrs. Wilson works with local grasses to create a beautiful little trinket basket."

Anthony Carter