By Mary Lee Fulkerson
Baskets - and the folk who weave them - have consistently been respected and honoured through local americans. This ebook, providing new details mostly from the weavers themselves, indicates how their paintings prevails - even over opposed environmental, social, and fiscal stipulations.
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