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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.
Traditional Baskets Made by the Natives of Hoonah
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"The baskets made by the Indians native of Hoonah." (A stack of baskets showing variety of designs. Blurred view)
George Bennett's Carving
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