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    • Evelyn Seletstewa pushing down on the wefts of a wicker fruit basket

    • Evelyn Seletstewa pushing down on the wefts of a wicker fruit basket
    • Teiwes, Helga
    • Basket Making; Basket Makers; Basketry; Wicker Baskets; Willow
    • Evelyn Seletstewa of Mishongnovi works on a fruit basket and is pushing down on the wefts. The bottom of the basket can be seen along with the white cotton tying the two bigger branches together which helps to shape the basket. The qahavi...
    • Evelyn Seletstewa pushing down on wefts of a wicker fruit basket

    • Evelyn Seletstewa pushing down on wefts of a wicker fruit basket
    • Teiwes, Helga
    • Basket Making; Basket Makers; Basketry; Wicker Baskets; Willow
    • Evelyn Seletstewa of Mishongnovi works on a fruit basket and is pushing down on the wefts. Looking closely, the cotton tying the two bigger branches can be seen. Tying the two branches helps the weaver shape the basket.
    • Evelyn Selestewa weaving a wicker fruit basket

    • Evelyn Selestewa weaving a wicker fruit basket
    • Teiwes, Helga
    • Basket Making; Basket Makers; Basketry; Wicker Baskets; Willow
    • Evelyn Selestewa of Mishongnovi weaves a small burden or fruit basket. Close-up view of Evelyn's hands weaving with the commercial wefts going over 3 or 4 or even 5 natural qahavi (willow) warps. She adds willow strips as warps when she needs to...
    • Evelyn Seletstewa weaving a wicker fruit basket

    • Evelyn Seletstewa weaving a wicker fruit basket
    • Teiwes, Helga
    • Basket Making; Basket Makers; Basketry; Wicker Baskets; Willow
    • Evelyn Seletstewa of Mishongnovi weaves a fruit basket. The photograph shows the inside of the basket with the two bigger branches tied with white cotton. This helps the weaver shape the basket. The qahavi (willow) warps and the commercial wefts...
    • Canyon Creek Ruin and the cliff dwellings of the Sierra Ancha

    • Canyon Creek Ruin and the cliff dwellings of the Sierra Ancha
    • Haury, Emil W. (Emil Walter), 1904-
    • Cliff-dwellings--Arizona--Sierra Ancha; Excavations (Archaeology)--Arizona--Sierra Ancha; Archaeological surveying--Arizona--Sierra Ancha; Sierra Ancha (Ariz.)--Antiquities; Canyon Creek Ruin (Ariz.)--Antiquities; Gila County (Ariz.)--Antinquities.
    • This paper documents two archaeological expeditions conducted by the Gila Pueblo Foundation in the early 1930s. The first reconnaissance trip collected wood specimens in the Sierra Ancha mountains to conduct tree-ring dating analysis. The second...

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