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Master Weaver Annie Lawrence Working on Spruce Root Basketry
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Annie wove her entire life and was an expert in spruce root and Chilkat weaving.
David Williams with Some of his Carvings
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Master artist David Williams carved totems, sculptures, panels, paddles and masks.
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Ida Kadashan Showing Some Of Her Dolls And Art
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Ida Kadashan shows a sample of her artwork and regalia.
Marjorie Peterson and Daphne Wright Closely Inspecting Baskets
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Harlena Warford Sings a Song
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The weavers took a break from weaving studies to view a collection of cultural items to be repatriated back to Hoonah.
Marjorie Peterson, Darlene See and Daphne Wright Looking at Baskets
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A variety of baskets are shown, some are work baskets, others may be ceremonial or woven to sell.
Daphne Wright with Large Basket and Hat
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Hoonah Weavers at the Smithsonian Institute
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The weavers are eternally grateful for the opportunity to learn and share their knowledge upon returning to Hoonah.
Hoonah Weavers Visit Washington, DC
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Hoonah weavers travel to Washington, D.C. to study Tlingit basketry, including early design, material and technique.
Harlena Warford in Hat
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The Hoonah weavers noted the four cylinders on top with ermine skins hanging down. It is suggested that the cylinders called skils, signify that the owner hosted four Ku.eex's.
Darlene See, Marjorie Peterson and Daphne Wright Look at Weaving
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The two baskest in the background illustrate an unadorned work basket on the left and a basket with false embroidery designs on the right. In the foreground two hats are shown with painted designs.