This is a super collectible book by Mary White. How to make baskets, with a section on what the basket means to the Indian. This book has a copyright of 1901 and this one was published in 1913. How to with descriptions, pictures and a knot tying guide. Super book. The outside shows signs of dirt and much use. The inside has names written on the front cover pages. It is a hardback with no dust cover, not issued with one. Pages and spine are fully intact. Book measures approx. 7 1/2" x 5" x 1".
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