1979. 34 pages. This issue deals with Columbia River, Yakima, and Klickitat baskets. The only publication of its kind, this most needed magazine has already made a significant contribution to the body of knowledge available on American Indian basketry, particularly Northwest Coast and Eskimo. The quality of the articles is...
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1980. 34 pages. This issue deals with the twined basketry of Western Washington and Vancouver Island. (part 1).
1981. 34 pages. This issue is part 2 of the above topic.
1982. 14 pages. A general issue on Indian basketry.
1982. 34 pages. This issue deals with Indian, Eskimo, and Aleut basketry of Alaska.
1982. 16 pages. This issue deals with Pima basketry and collecting Indian basketry in Seattle in the 1900s.
1982. 35 pages. This issue deals with Yosemite Miwok/Paiute basketry.
1983. 19 pages.
1983. 19 pages. This issue deals with Papago, Pomo, and Ojibwa basketry.
1983. 35 pages. This issue deals with Washoe basketry.
1984. 35 pages. This issue deals with values an aesthetics of Indian basketry, beadwork, and carvings.
1982, 1984. 32 pages, 27 b/w and 8 color photographs.
Orange Cove: 1967, Reprint. Exhibition catalogue, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, 1915, published in Susanville in 1915. 64 pages, 32 pages of photographs of several hundred baskets. Each copy in this limited edition is numbered.
Los Angeles: 1903. 104 pages, 95 large photographs, 18 drawings. Later cloth cover.
Davis: University of California, 1976. 44 pages, 8 photographs.
378 pages of text containing 212 photographs and drawings, plus 54 pages of color illustrations and 194 pages of b/w illustrations. Pages 171-548. Cloth cover, gilt decorated. The cornerstone of any library on American Indian basketry, this massive study remains the most complete survey of the basketry of the American...
Glorieta, 1970, 1984--cloth cover reprint of 1902 edition. 378 pages of text containing 212 photographs and drawings, plus 54 pages of color illustrations and 194 pages of b/w illustrations. Pages 171-548.
MILWAUKEE PUBLIC MUSEUM, BULLETIN, Vol. II, No. 1: 1917. 25 pages of text containing 23 figures, plus 13 pages of photographs of baskets and other artifacts.
MILWAUKEE PUBLIC MUSEUM, BULLETIN, Vol. II, No. 1, No. 2, No. 3, and No. 4: 1917(No. 1), 1920(No. 2), 1925(No. 3), 1933(No. 4). No. 1. 25 pages of text containing 23 figures, plus 13 pages of photographs of baskets and other artifacts. No. 2. 16 pages of text, plus 9...
Crocker Art Museum: 1996. xiv, 113 pages, 70 color and 32 b/w photogrpahs, 2 pages of drawings, 1 map. Sixty-two California Indian baskets--each illustrated in a color photograph--selected for their beauty from both museum and private collections were exhibited at the Crocker Art Museum. This catalogue of the exhibition includes...
Heard Museum: 1962. 40 pages, 17 pages of b/w and color photographs and drawings, 2 maps.
Sebastapool: 1977. 56 pages, 25 photographs of Northern and Central California Indian baskets, 1 map. A brief introduction to the basketry of several Northern and Central California tribes: Yurok, Pome, Paiute, Washo, Maidu, Yokuts, Mono, Panamint. The slim text reads easily and contains a good deal of information; the photographs...
Vancouver: 1979 (1st ed., 1st printing). 214 pages, 354 photographs. This is a splendid catalogue that contains a well-written text and photographs and descriptions of hundreds of Washoe baskets. In addition to providing an excellent history of Washoe basketrty, the catalogue zeroes in on the work of nine famous weavers...
Museum of New Mexico, Santa Fe: 2000. 140 pages, approximately 95 pages of color and b/w photographs , 2 pages of drawings, 1 map. An excellent, very handsomely illustrated overview of the basket-making traditions among all Southwest peoples dur-ing the 20th century.
Tucson: 1979. 49 pages, 100 b/w and 79 color photographs.