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Tradition Behind the Scenes: Indian Basketry

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Nevada Indian Stories, Season 1, Episode 4 – 13m

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    A visit with Curator of Anthropology Eugene Hattori and anthropologist Kay Fowler at the Nevada State Museum in Carson City to see some of the incredible baskets in the museum collection and to learn something about Northern Nevada Paiute, Shoshone, and Washo basketry traditions.

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    The late Elizabeth Brady, of Elko, Nevada, was an acknowledged master of a number of traditional Western Shoshone arts. Winner of the Governor's Arts Award and participant in the Apprenticeship Program, in this video we hear Elizabeth Brady sing and see some of the many cradleboards she made.

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    Nevada Governor's Arts Award winner and master tule artist Mike Williams, relates the history and methods of tule duck decoy making. Filmed at the Stillwater Reservation near Fallon, Nevada.