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Native American Baskets 

Thursday, Jul 29 2010
Drawn from the Southwest Museum of the American Indian, the more than 250 baskets in The Art of Native American Basketry: A Living Tradition, are arranged according to 11 geographic areas.
Tuesdays-Sundays. Starts: Nov. 7. Continues through Nov. 7, 2009
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