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11 The Mono Indians are located in the High Sierras. Remote their work has many characteristics not seen in other tribal work. No. 1- Fine old Mono 2- Fine old Mono 3- Feast Bowl 4- Gambling Tray 5- Ceremonial Basket. QUINIAULT Located N. W. Washington on coast No. 1- Berry Basket Skokomish Located about Hood's Canal, Washington No. 1- Fine old soft weave, with row of horses at top. Chuc Chansi Located in High Sierras No. 1- Rare type basket 2- Oval Ceremonial Basket 3- Rare Baby basket Pima- Arizona No. 1- Tall basket, with horses in pattern-beads on edge 2- Tall basket 3- Basket with figures of women 4- Basket 5- Basket 6- Pan shape with conventionalized swastika design. Washo-Nevada No. 1- Basket, with design in red material 2- Basket 3- Basket the work of their finest weaver Dat-so-la-lee Alaskan No. 1- Fine specimen of Aleutian island work. 2- Fine specimen of Chilcat work, with cover 3- Fine specimen of Eskimo work Yokut Fresno. Co. Central California No. 1- Feast Bowl Hat Creek No. 1- Twined weave Klickitat Oregon No. 1- Berry Basket 2- Berry Basket 3- Covered Basket No. 1- Beaded Bag 2- Beaded Bag [[Signature]]
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