Coushatta Turtle Basket (Southeast)
Catalog Number: 81-107-1/1
Coiled grass basket in the shape of an alligator snapping turtle with lid/shell made of pinecone spines. The face is stitched with grass dyed black.
Schaghticoke Woodsplint Basket (Western Connecticut)
circa mid- to late-19th century
Catalog Number: 80-6-1/1
Red- and orange-dyed woodsplint basket with a potato-stamped black geometric design.
Montagnais Trinket Box (Quebec/Labrador)
circa late-19th to early-20th century
Catalog Number: 79-7-3/2
Covered box made of birch bark, splinted and sewn with twig stitches, porcupine quills and fine cotton thread. Sides and top are decorated with with a porcupine quilled floral design.
Luisenos Coiled Basket (Southern California)
circa 19th to 20th century
Catalog Number: 82-1-28/2
Coiled basket made from tule roots, willow, bark and dyes. Designs of golden yellow and brown flowers and roots decorate the basket.
Shasta Basketry Cap (Northern California)
Catalog Number: 82-1-32/1
Twined basketry cap made of hazel, squaw grass, maiden hair fern and dyes with a stepped triangle design in rust and black.
Aleut Basket (Aleutian Islands)
circa early 1800s
Catalog Number: 82-1-1/1
Round basket made of beach grass or wild rye with wool yarn and a heavy braided grass rim.