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Klamath artist; Modoc artist, Basket, 1880/1900, split reed cane, and black dyed tule, Gift of Mrs. Ferdinand C. Smith and Mr. L. Hawley Hoffman, no known copyright restrictions, 43.1.36

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Title

Basket

Artist

Modoc artist (Modoc)

Date

1880/1900

Medium

split reed cane, and black dyed tule

Dimensions (H x W x D)

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

Collection Area

Native American Art

Category

California

Plateau

Western Oregon

Baskets

Object Type

basket

Culture

Modoc

Cultural Group

Klamath

Credit Line

Gift of Mrs. Ferdinand C. Smith and Mr. L. Hawley Hoffman

Accession Number

43.1.36

Copyright

no known copyright restrictions

Terms

baskets

Coniferophyta

Klamath

Plateau Native American styles

Redbud

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