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Coast Salish
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Yius (coiled basket)
Salish
ca. 1910
93.62
a.su.el (twined basket)
Quinault
ca. 1900
93.63
yius (basket)
Cowlitz
ca. 1890s
93.74
Oval basket
Salish
ca. 1890s
93.75
Astdulia (robe)
Coast Salish
early 20th century
2006.19
Stone mortar
Salish
pre-1800
91.1.136
Sxwaixwe carving
Coast Salish
ca. 1880
91.1.140
Basket
Salish
ca. 1910
2000.27
a.su.el (twined basket)
Quinault
ca. 1940
92.117
Basket
Quinault
19th century? - first quarter 20th century
92.125
Basket
Lummi
19th century - first quarter 20th century
92.126
Cedar Bark Headband
Lushootseed
20th century
91.208
Lag i?ced
Lushootseed
ca. 1960
91.209
Seated human figure bowl
Coast Salish
pre-1800
83.223
Creative Hands
Gerald Bruce subiyay Miller
20th century
72.22
Salmon Egg Life Cycle
Francis Horne
2014.8.1
Pacific Spirit
Susan Point
1990
2005.122
Change of Season
Manuel Salazar
1994
2014.8.5
Seals
Joseph M. Wilson
1991
2014.8.6
Shaman Who Went to the Other World
Stan Greene
1980
2005.125
The Wolf People
Susan Point
1983
2005.126
Birdland - Charlie Parker ("Bird")
Roger Fernandes
1989
2014.8.10
Coiled basket (yiQus)
Julia Anderson Meigs, (tsisdaws)
late 19th or early 20th century
2005.176
Female doll
Snohomish
1960's
SC2005.16
Coiled basket
Muckleshoot
19th century
2001.1048
First Salmon Ceremony
Ron Hilbert Coy (Vadesqidab)
ca. 1978
2005.175
T'qayas (twined basket with overlay design)
Twana (Skokomish)
ca. 1910
86.91
t'qayas (twined basket with overlay design)
Twana (Skokomish)
ca. 1890
2006.20
Cedar bark dress (sZayep)
Alice Williams
1985
91.206.1
Cedar Bark Belt
Lushootseed
20th century
91.206.2
Autumn Moon
Susan Point
2008
2008.54
Blue Moon
Maynard Johnny Jr.
1998
2009.5.57
Treaty Day
Ron Hilbert Coy (Vadesqidab)
1997
2009.5.59
Fishing Adventure
Edward Joe
1992
2009.5.60
Spirit World
Susan Point
2005
2009.6
Haayiitlik
Ray Sim
2004
2009.5.4
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