Title by cataloguer. A display of Aleutian artifacts; several very finely woven baskets, containers and a flask which are traditionally made of rye grass and often crafted in one of three styles - Attu, Unalaska and Atka.
Title taken from verso. Blanket being woven by Louise. Children of the school teacher holding it. Vivienne Kahklen and her husband, the parents. He is from Kake, she is from Klawock. She is Clarke Demmert's daughter.
[Alaska native, male, wearing a woven hat and displaying nose and lip piercings.] Bookplate from: Voyage of naval Captain Sarychev along the North-Eastern part of Siberia, the Arctic Ocean and Eastern Ocean, for eight years, attached to the...
Accession Number: 72-96-16
Description: spruce root; grass; black; orange; blue-green; woven; decorated
Descriptive Narrative: One large Tlingit spruce root basket. Three bands of false embroidery in several different colors of dyed...
Title taken from label on matting. View of woven basket and lid with open weave on bottom made in Attu, on display in Juneau, Alaska. Photographer's number 8333. 1938. Photographer: Ray B. Dame. Original photograph size: 8 1/8" x 10".