Klamath River Indian

late 19th, early 20th century

Basket. Material: Native fiber; Shape: Round; Color: Brown with beige design; Period or Date: Over 70 years old - donor; Country: America; Site: California. Description: California Indian foo...

late 19th, early 20th century

Basket, open work weave From the History Information Station: "Object: Basket made by open twining. It was collected among the lower Klamath River peoples, and dates to the late 19th or...

late 19th, early 20th century

Trinket (crossed out) basket, twined weave, old. Used for dipping soup from the cooking basket. From the History Information Station "Object: Basket made by twining, using split pine root (...

late 19th, early 20th century

Stirring paddles, wood

"Oak, probably tan oak. Well used, lots of burn marks." (George Blake, 9/95)

Baskets, skull caps "Apcans". Sept. 23, 1911. One sent to Am. Mus. Nat. Hist.-Exch.

"Twined weave of pine root; overlay design in beargrass and maidenhair fern. Traditional design in...

1909

Basket trays, coarse open weave. Sept. 23, 1911. One sent. Exchanged with Am. Mus. Nat. Hist.

late 19th, early 20th century

Baskets, bowls for eating soup

"Twined with design in beargrass. Two elevated rows of three-ply twined weaving at center and one at base. Fair - good condition.(Reggiardo,1/79)[vv,6/91]...

1910

Eel skinner, elkhorn

"Made of elk leg bone." (G. Blake, 9/95)

late 19th, early 20th century

Tray, open work, Indian, 1 spe From the History Information Station: "Object: Basket tray made by open twining and bowl made by twining. The tray was collected among the lower Klamath River...

1910-1960

This is a small basket hat, probably from the Yurok people of the Klamath River in northern California. Donor indicates it's from Yreka. PCK

1920

This large, open weave drying basket was used by the Klamath River people. It is possibly Yurok or Hupa. Ca. 1920.

ca. 1890

Twined basketry work hat, sized for a girl. Half-twist overlay designs in bear grass.

Headdresses, network & feather fringe "Inventory indicates that there are two headdresses which are numbered a and b." "Used in the White Deerskin and Jump Dances. Made by...

Dishes, soapstone, oblong & oval

late 19th, early 20th century

Soup spoons, elk horn; two sent to the American Museum of Natural History in exchange on Sept. 23, 1911.

Headdresses, 7 sea-lion's teeth. Sept. 23, 1911. One sent to Am. Mus. Nat. Hist.-Exch. "Worn in the White Deerskin Dance; has never been used. Additional material: wooden sockets to...

late 19th, early 20th century

Spoon, elkhorn, for soup.

late 19th, early 20th century

Spoon, elkhorn, for soup.

Quiver, white fox skin, red feathers. Very rare. "Not a quiver. Used in ceremonial dances suspended from the end of a pole. Probably highly sought after. Additional materials: mouthpiece...

1909

Spearpoints, for salmon fishing

"A point attached to each end of a rope. Points are constructed of an elkhorn piece attached to another piece with gum and rope." (B. Featherstone, 79)...

1909

Spearpoints, for salmon fishing

"A point attached to each end of a rope. Points are constructed of an elkhorn piece attached to another piece with gum and rope." (B. Featherstone, 79)...

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