Gatekeeper's Museum Hosts Basketweaver's Market

Read, Laura
April 2006
News from Native California;Spring2006, Vol. 19 Issue 3, p37
The article highlights the Native American Basketweavers' Market held in Tahoe City, California from September 17 to 18, 2005. Sixteen weavers have participated in the event. Event coordinator Stefanie Givens remarks on an increasing recognition of the market. Yurok weaver Vivian Snyder states her reason for attending the event.


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