Native American Art Baskets Photos

Basket making was an essential art for native Americans & their tight weaves with symbolic patterns are now found in many collections.

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Sharlot Hall Museum. Prescott, AZ.Sharlot Hall Museum. Prescott, AZ.Native baskets in Arizona State Museum. Tucson, AZ.Native baskets in Arizona State Museum. Tucson, AZ.
Yauapai basket in Sharlot Hall Museum. Prescott, AZ.Yauapai basket in Sharlot Hall Museum. Prescott, AZ.Souther Paiute basket wedding bowl in Arizona State Museum. Tucson, AZ.O'odham native baskets in Arizona State Museum. Tucson, AZ.
Sharlot Hall Museum. Prescott, AZ.Seri cradleboard in Arizona State Museum. Tucson, AZ.Native American Yokuts mush boiler basket at Gold Rush History Center. Sacramento, CA.Native American Maidu storage basket at Gold Rush History Center. Sacramento, CA.
Oblong basket by Mary of Peeples Valley in Sharlot Hall Museum. Prescott, AZ.Seri cradle board in Arizona State Museum. Tucson, AZ.Native American Yokuts mush boiler basket at Gold Rush History Center. Sacramento, CA.Native American Maidu storage basket at Gold Rush History Center. Sacramento, CA.
Native American Patwin gift basket at Gold Rush History Center. Sacramento, CA.Basket by Mountain Maidu tribe of California at Art Institute of Chicago. Chicago, IL.Basket by Yokuts tribe of California at Art Institute of Chicago. Chicago, IL.Native basket in Mission San Luis Rey. Oceanside, CA.
Native American Patwin gift basket at Gold Rush History Center. Sacramento, CA.Basket by Mountain Maidu tribe of California (late 19th C) at Art Institute of Chicago. Chicago, IL.Basket by Yokuts tribe of California (c1900) at Art Institute of Chicago. Chicago, IL.Native basket (after 1870) in Mission San Luis Rey. Oceanside, CA.
Micmac Indian porcupine quill basket at Fort Beauséjour museum. NB.Micmac Indian porcupine quill basket at Fort Beauséjour museum. NB.Native American cradle board from tribe that once inhabited U.S. Nuclear Test range at Atomic Testing Museum. Las Vegas, NV.
Micmac Indian porcupine quill basket (c1780) at Fort Beauséjour museum. NB.Micmac Indian porcupine quill basket (c1780) at Fort Beauséjour museum. NB.Native American cradle board from tribe that once inhabited U.S. Nuclear Test range at Atomic Testing Museum. Las Vegas, NV.

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