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Basket weavers for the California curio trade

Elizabeth and Louise Hickox

by Marvin Cohodas

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Published by University of Arizona Press, Southwest Museum in [Tucson], [Los Angeles, Calif.] .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Klamath River Valley (Or. and Calif.),
  • California.,
  • California
    • Subjects:
    • Hickox, Elizabeth Conrad, 1872-1947.,
    • Hickox, Louise Merrill, 1896-1962.,
    • Karok women -- Biography.,
    • Indian basket makers -- Klamath River Valley (Or. and Calif.) -- Biography.,
    • Karok baskets -- Collectors and collecting -- California.,
    • Basket making -- Klamath River Valley (Or. and Calif.) -- History.,
    • Art objects -- Collectors and collecting -- California -- History.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references (p. 323-342) and index.

      StatementMarvin Cohodas.
      ContributionsSouthwest Museum (Los Angeles, Calif.)
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsE99.K25 H533 1997
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxvii, 362 p. :
      Number of Pages362
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL659499M
      ISBN 100816515182
      LC Control Number97004814
      OCLC/WorldCa36767584

        This video is about the importance of basket weaving to the Central California's First People. To see the complete series on the history of the American River Basin and other stories concerning. Marvin Cohodas has written: 'Degikup' -- subject(s): Exhibitions, Indian baskets, Washo baskets 'Basket Weavers for the California Curio Trade' -- subject(s): Collectors and .

      California Indian Basketweavers Association (CIBA), Woodland, CA. K likes. Promoting and Protecting the Art of California Indian Basketry/5(19). Basket Weavers for the California Curio Trade: Elizabeth and Louise Hickox: by Marvin Cohodas Hardcover - pages (February ) University of Arizona Press; ISBN: Beyond the Loom: Keys to Understanding Early Southwestern Weaving: by Ann Lane Hedlund, Teresa Wilkins, Diana Leonard (Editor), Joe Ben Wheat (Illustrator).

        Outside Charleston, S.C., Highway 17 looks like another Southern country road. It's actually a working art gallery of sweetgrass baskets. "All of the basket makers are artists," Henrietta Snype. Basket Weavers for the California Curio Trade: Elizabeth and Louise Hickox. Tucson and Los Angeles: University of Arizona Press/The Southwest Museum. [Google Scholar] Cowan, Robert G. Ranchos of California: A List of Spanish Concessions – and Mexican Grants – Fresno: Academy Library Guild. [Google Scholar]Author: Yve Chavez.


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