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1 1 1 Klamath-Oregon Modoc tribe No. 1- Fine specimen of twined weave. 2- Basket with material-dyed yellow from lichen from oak. 3- Basket 4- Basket with dyed material 5- Basket 6- Basket 7- Basket cap worn by squaw 8- Basket twined weave tobacco or charm basket [[left margin]] 10 [[\left margin]] 9- Basket flat tray-fine weave-dyed material 10- Basket gambling tray-very scarce Clatsop This tribe was located on Columbia River, Oregon. [[left margin]] 1 [[\left margin]] No. 1- Very scarce basket Baskets made in various California Missions. There were few baskets made and always of the finest weave and design when under the supervision of the Mission Fathers. No. 1- Pan from San Juan Capistrano Mission. San Diego Co. 2- San Luis Rey Mission 3- Old basket 4- Venture Mission-Ventura Co., 5- San Gabriel Mission-near Pasadena [[left margin]] 7 [[\left margin]] 6- Bowl 7- Bowl Kern Kern Co. California and about Tejon Pass No basket makers, to my knowledge, since I began collecting. No. 1- Old Kern Bowl 2- Old Kern Bowl 3- Old Kern Bowl 4- Old Kern Bowl 5- Bottleneck shaped basket 6- Bottleneck shaped basket 7- Flat tray-drop stitch 8- Old tray [[left margin]] 11 [[\left margin]] 9- Fine Bowl 10- Very large bottleneck shape 11- Very scarce bottleneck shape deer design Panamint Tribe Located in Death Valley No. 1- Basket Bowl 2- Basket Bowl 3- Basket 4- Basket 5- Basket of finest possible weave [[left margin]] 7 [[\left margin]] 6- Bowl 7- Bowl Thompson River British Columbia No. 3- Baby Basket 4- Large Hamper with cover [[left margin]] 3 [[\left margin]] 5- Large Hamper with cover Eastern Indian work [[left margin]] 42 3 [[\left margin]] No. 1- New York State Basket with cover 2- Warren, R. I. Basket 3- New England Basket
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