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Woven Burden Baskets Apache Cherry bark with split yucca or willow

Woven Burden Baskets Apache Cherry bark with split yucca or willow

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Woven Burden Baskets ~ Apache Cherry bark with split yucca or willow. Weavers unknown.

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Native American Apache Burden Basket 779. Description:Native American, Full-sized Apache

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Driven from the kitchen and store room, basket making, both coiled and wicker, survived for ceremonial uses. Basket dances existed in many pueblos.

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Basket makers don't care about the scientific name - they call it red willow or Rio Grande willow or river willow. They're more interested in a subgroup of ...

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Traditional Willow Baskets

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General weaving techniques may not have changed for thousands of years, but hers now serve a new function, providing continuity with those past generations.

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A wonderful and large Pomo Burden Basket, Native American Indian, Circa: 1895

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The petroglyph tradition persisted for another two thousand years in the nearby Coso Mountains. There drawings etched in volcanic rock show big horn sheep ...

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Similarly, local craftsmen use variations in willow to introduce color into their work. Steven Trujillo, who settled in San Juan, learned to interweave “ ...

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San Carlos Apache Basket 12" Devils Claw & Willow Traditional Authentic ...

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When I went on line to confirm the local plant was Salix exigua, I found others who were more interested in distinguishing different types of willows than ...

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From Globe, take US 60 northeast 66 miles; turn east on State 73 and drive about 27 miles to Fort Apache.Fort Apache Historic ParkPrimary source: National ...

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The willow is almost always described as red, but Parsons says in one pueblo “one moiety uses red willow, the other yellow willow.

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... the use of willow to capture the spirit of the sheep may have been meant more in a society more dependent on plants than animals for food.