Basketry Public Deposited

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  • Basket making is a primitive art which has been practiced by man as far back through the ages as history can record. When Moses was found hidden in the bulrushes by Pharaoh's daughter, he was in a basket which his mother had woven. When the Israelites were returning to the promised land they offered unto the Lord the first of all the fruits of the earth in a basket made of gold and silver. Every imaginable material has been used in this simple art and in the crudest ways people have practiced this wonderful art. Useful pieces of machinery have been invented by human beings - machinery making furniture, clothing, and luxuries for our lives - but basketry is the only, the one art which depends entirely upon the skill of man's hand. Today we weave baskets in exactly the same way our ancestors, hundreds of years ago wove their baskets.
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