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Basketry Hat

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Southern Oregon Coast artist, Basketry Hat, ca. 1920, hazel stick, beargrass, and maidenhair fern, Gift of the Harris Family descendants, Port Orford, Oregon, no known copyright restrictions, 2005.73.32

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Title

Basketry Hat

Artist

Southern Oregon Coast artist (Southern Oregon Coast)

Date

ca. 1920

Medium

hazel stick, beargrass, and maidenhair fern

Dimensions (H x W x D)

3 1/4 in x 6 5/8 in diam.

Collection Area

Native American Art

Category

Western Oregon

Personal Accessories

Baskets

Object Type

hat

Cultural Group

Southern Oregon Coast

Credit Line

Gift of the Harris Family descendants, Port Orford, Oregon

Accession Number

2005.73.32

Copyright

no known copyright restrictions

Terms

baskets

Coniferophyta

grass

hats

headgear

Northwest Coast Native American styles

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