Baskets (36)
Lot 1229
Baskets (36)
Sold for US$ 687 inc. premium

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Baskets (36)
Miles, C., P. Bovis. AMERICAN INDIAN AND ESKIMO BASKETRY. A Key to Identification. San Francisco, 1969; AMERICAN INDIAN BASKETRY Magazine. Volume I, No. 3. 1980; AMERICAN INDIAN BASKETRY Magazine. Volume I, No. 4. 1981; AMERICAN INDIAN BASKETRY Magazine. Volume II, No. 2. (issue no. 6). 1982; AMERICAN INDIAN BASKETRY Magazine. Volume II, No. 4 (issue no. 8 1982), 1982; AMERICAN INDIAN BASKETRY Magazine. Volume III, No. 1 (issue no. 9). 1983; AMERICAN INDIAN BASKETRY Magazine. Volume III, No. 3 (issue no. 11). 1983; Field, C. THE ART AND ROMANCE OF INDIAN BASKETRY. Tulsa, 1957, 1964; Turnbaugh, W.A. & S.P. BASKET TALES OF THE GRANDMOTHERS. American Indian Baskets in Myth and Legend. Peace Dale, 1999; Robinson, B. THE BASKET WEAVERS OF ARIZONA. Albuquerque, 1954; Chase, D., C. Purdy, C. Macnaughton. BASKET-MAKER ARTISTS. Sebastapool, 1977; Mason, O. BASKET-WORK OF THE NORTH AMERICAN ABORIGINES . Smithsonian Annual Report, 1884, Seattle, 1982; Kissell, M. L., A. Marshall (intro.). BASKETRY OF THE PAPAGO AND PIMA INDIANS . AMERICAN MUSEUM OF NATURAL HISTORY, Anthropological Papers, No. 17, Part 4, , New York, 1916, Glorieta, 1972, 1982 (reprint); Roberts, H. BASKETRY OF THE SAN CARLOS APACHE . AMERICAN MUSEUM OF NATURAL HISTORY, Anthropological Papers, Vol. XXXI, Part II, 1929; Schlick, M. COLUMBIA RIVER BASKETRY, Gifts of Ancestors, Gift of the Earth. Seattle, 1994; Benson, F. FROM STRAW INTO GOLD. Selected Indian Basketry Traditions of the American West. Santa Rosa Junior College, 1986. 1993; Kuneki, N., E. Thomas, M. Slockish. THE HERITAGE OF KLICKITAT BASKETRY. A History and Art Preserved. Portland, 1982; Teiwes, H. HOPI BASKET WEAVING. Artistry in Natural Fibers; ILLUSTRATED HISTORY OF INDIAN BASKETS AND PLATES MADE BY CALIFORNIA INDIANS AND MANY OTHER TRIBES. Orange Cove, 1967, Reprint. . Exhibition catalogue, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, 1915, published in Susanville in 1915; Dalyrymple, L., S Mcgreevy (foreword). INDIAN BASKETMAKERS OF THE SOUTHWEST. Museum of New Mexico, Santa Fe, 2000; James, G. INDIAN BASKETRY. Chicago & New York, 1902; Rozaire, C.e. INDIAN BASKETRY OF WESTERN NORTH AMERICA. Bowers Museum, 1977; Evans, G., T. Campbell. INDIAN BASKETS OF THE PAUL T. SEASHORE COLLECTION . Texas Memorial Museum Notes, No. 11, 1970; Tanner, Clara Lee. INDIAN BASKETS OF THE SOUTHWEST. Tucson, 1983; Turnbaugh, S. NATIVE AMERICAN BASKETRY. Cambridge, 1992; Jones, J. NATIVE BASKETRY OF WESTERN NORTH AMERICA. The Condell Collection of the Illinois State Museum . Illinois State Museum, Handbook of Collections, No. 3, 1978; Hotchkiss, C. NORTH AMERICAN INDIAN BASKETS. Miami, Lowe Art Museum, 1973; Dewald, T. THE PAPAGO INDIANS AND THEIR BASKETRY. Tucson, 1979; Cain, H. PIMA INDIAN BASKETRY. Heard Museum, 1962; Purdy, C. POMO INDIAN BASKETS AND THEIR MAKERS. Mendocino, n.d.-ca. 1920; SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION ANNUAL REPORT. for the Year Ending June 30, 1902 Mason, O. ABORIGINAL AMERICAN BASKETRY: STUDIES IN A TEXTILE ART WITHOUT MACHINERY. , Glorieta, 1970, 1984--cloth cover reprint of 1902 edition; Whiteford, A. SOUTHWESTERN INDIAN BASKETS. Their History and Their Makers. Santa Fe, 1988; Mauldin, B. TRADITIONS IN TRANSITION. Contemporary Basket Weaving of the Southwestern Indians. Santa Fe, 1984; Fulkerson, M. WEAVERS OF TRADITION AND BEAUTY. Basketmakers of the Great Basin. Reno, 1995; Wyckoff, L.L. (ed.). WOVEN WORLDS. Basketry From the Clark Field Collection. Tulsa, 2001; O'Neale, L., M. Schevill (intro). YUROK-KAROK BASKET WEAVERS. University of California Publications in American Archaeology and Ethnology, Vol. 32, No. 1, Berkeley 1932.
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