Basket designs of the Indians of northwestern California

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University of California Press, Kraus Reprint , Berkeley, New York
Indian baskets -- North America., Indians of North America -- Califo
Statementby A. L. Kroeber.
SeriesUniversity of California publications in American archaeology and ethnology -- v. 2, no. 4.
The Physical Object
Pagination[105]-164 p.
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Open LibraryOL14161112M

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Basket designs of the Indians of northwestern California by Kroeber, A. (Alfred Louis), Publication date Topics Indian baskets -- North America, Indians of North America -- California Publisher Berkeley, The University Press Collection cdl; americanaPages:   This special edition of 'Basket Designs of the Indians of NorthWestern California' was written by A.L.

Kroeber, and first published inmaking it well over one-hundred years old. This detailed old book delves deeply into the art of Native Author: T. Monroe. x vol. 2 i/ university of california publications american archaeology and ethnology no.

4 basket designs of the indians op northwestern california. BY A. KROEBER. INTRODUCTORY. Fishing among the Indians of Northwestern California, Anthropological Records, 21 (1): Kroeber, Alfred L. Basketry Designs of the Mission Indians, New York: American Museum of. Kroeber, A. (Alfred Louis), Basket designs of the Indians of northwestern California, (Berkeley, The University Press, ) (page images at HathiTrust) Kroeber, A.

(Alfred Louis), Basket designs of the mission Indians of California, (New York, The Trustees, ) (page images at. Another basketry design book from A.L. Koreber in which he discusses basket designs associated with the Indians of Northwestern California.

“TThe Indians of extreme northwestern California, while showing many similarities to the other tribes of California, and some approximation to those of the north Pacific coast, are in many ways peculiar.

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Free shipping for many products. The baskets from which the accompanying designs are taken were collected among the northern portion of the Maidu Indians of California, during the summer of The region has been of late years more or less thoroughly scoured for baskets by vari- ous local dealers, and by several traveling salesmen, who have become victims of the “ basket Cited by: 2.

Geography and place names. Click on an area of the map, from Robert Spott and A. Kroeber's Yurok Narratives, to see the names of places in that area.

The geography database is being expanded but is still very incomplete, so you may not find what you want. Basket designs of the Indians of northwestern California (). This special edition of 'Basket Designs of the Indians of NorthWestern California' was written by A.L.

Kroeber, and first published inmaking it well over one-hundred years old. This detailed old book delves deeply into the art of Native Pages: - Explore leslieryanne's board "HUPA BASKETS" on Pinterest.

See more ideas about Indian baskets, Native american baskets and Native american indians pins. Maidu Indian Baskets. The Maidu Indians lived in the Northern Sacramento Valley, from the Sacramento River on the west, up the Sierras to the east. The Maidu used coiled baskets as well as many other techniques.

Ceremonial Gift Baskets, feasting bowls, trays and miniature baskets all make up the Basketry of these fine weavers. The California Indian Basketweavers' Association would like to invite interested parties to join us in the development Following the Smoke II, a project that is being proposed by a coalition of individuals, organizations, and agencies to promote and support traditional American Indian basket weaving in northwestern California.

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Bureau of American Ethnology), ), and The Arapaho, and more on Like all California Indian tribes, the Cahuilla created baskets which were both practical and aesthetically pleasing. In their book The Cahuilla Indians of Southern California, Lowell Bean and Harr.

Another basketry design book from A.L. Koreber in which he discusses basket designs associated with the Indians of Northwestern California. This /2" x /2", soft cover book contains 74 pages including the 7 full page plates of baskets as well as 8 full pages of design elements.

$ The Yurok language Geography. Yurok has been spoken in northwest California for many hundreds of years. The traditional territory of the Yurok language and people lies along the Klamath River from Wechpues (Weitchpec) to Rekw'oy (Requa), and also south along the Pacific coast to Chuerey (Trinidad).

Neighboring languages include Tolowa (north along the coast), Wiyot (south along the coast. 2 Kroeber, Alfred, “ Basket Designs of the Indians of Northwestern California,” American Archeology and Ethnology [Berkeley], II, No.

4 (January, ). 3 For illustrations of the Canalino types, see Rogers, David Banks, Prehistoric Man of the Santa Barbara Coast (Santa Barbara, ). The Religion of the Luiseno Indians of Southern California, by Constance Goddard DuBois (in press).

Appears in 10 books from Page - Pomo, on the other hand, have so far perfected this form of decoration that they are able to cover their baskets completely with feathers, and good basket makers can so place them that the surface of.

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The most common method of basketmaking among the Yana was the twining method, also used by other northern California people. Tender branches from young hazel or willow trees were used for the warp (upright) pieces that formed the shape of the basket.

Between these branches, split pine roots and sedge grass were woven.

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US$ Add to basket. Basket Designs of the Indians of Northwestern California. A L (Alfred Louis) Kroeber. 24 Aug.Language learning tools. Most of the links on this page are password-protected. Online resources. Basket designs are from A. L. Kroeber, Basket designs of the Indians of .The UCLA Fowler Museum of Cultural History's collection includes baskets made by California American Indians in the 19th and early 20th century.

The baskets represent works from the Panamint Shoshone (Timbisha Shoshone Tribe), a western division of the Shoshonean peoples, located east of the Sierra Divide in Central California; the Pomo Indians located on the Northern coast of California; the.