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A square band basket made by a member of the Penobscot Nation about 1880. The bands are nearly black, probably from indigo dyes, which can range in color from a light, bright blue to a blue-black depending on the concentration used. Item # 23440 on Maine Memory Network

A square band basket made by a member of the Penobscot Nation about 1880. The bands are nearly black, probably from indigo dyes, which can range in color from a light, bright blue to a blue-black depending on the concentration used. Item # 23440 on Maine Memory Network

Mid-19th Century Native American Splint Basket | From a unique collection of antique and modern native american objects at https://www.1stdibs.com/furniture/folk-art/native-american-objects/

Mid-19th Century Native American Splint Basket

Mid-19th Century Native American Splint Basket | From a unique collection of antique and modern native american objects at https://www.1stdibs.com/furniture/folk-art/native-american-objects/

Mi'kmaq fishing creel

Mi'kmaq fishing creel

Penobscot urchin basket, ca. 1890. Based on the sea urchin, this form continues to be made by Penobscot and Passamaquoddy basketmakers. Item # 23500 on Maine Memory Network

Penobscot urchin basket, ca. 1890. Based on the sea urchin, this form continues to be made by Penobscot and Passamaquoddy basketmakers. Item # 23500 on Maine Memory Network

Maine Indian Basket Makers

Maine Indian Basket Makers

Dimensions: Ht. 14', W. 19", D. 16"   Date / Circa: c. 1831 (dated newspaper lining)   Maker / Origin: Native American, Woodlands, New England   Medium: Woven splint with swabbed decoration.

Dimensions: Ht. 14', W. 19", D. 16" Date / Circa: c. 1831 (dated newspaper lining) Maker / Origin: Native American, Woodlands, New England Medium: Woven splint with swabbed decoration.

Birch Bark and Porcupine Quill Basket | Artist unknown.............I would so love to have this in my home

Birch Bark and Porcupine Quill Basket | Artist unknown.............I would so love to have this in my home

Bowl, c 1900- 1910 | Great Basin, Paramint-Shoshone | Willow, devil's claw, yucca root; coiled (3 rods)

Bowl, c 1900- 1910 | Great Basin, Paramint-Shoshone | Willow, devil's claw, yucca root; coiled (3 rods)

Carrying Basket, Micmac, ca. 1870. Item # 14405 on Maine Memory Network

Carrying Basket, Micmac, ca. 1870. Item # 14405 on Maine Memory Network

Potato Basket, Littleton, ca. 1940. Maliseet and Micmac Indians made this style of traditional Maine basket for harvesting potatoes by weaving splints made of brown ash. Item # 12954 on Maine Memory Network

Potato Basket, Littleton, ca. 1940. Maliseet and Micmac Indians made this style of traditional Maine basket for harvesting potatoes by weaving splints made of brown ash. Item # 12954 on Maine Memory Network

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