Woven Legacy

Aarons, Stefanie
April 2005
News from Native California;Spring2005, Vol. 18 Issue 3, p10
Features Louisa Keyser or Dat-so-la-lee, a Washoe Indian basketweaver. Factors that change Washoe cultural life; Importance of the baskets woven by Dat-so-la-lee between 1895 and 1925; Influence of Dat-so-la-lee in the art of basketry.


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