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Indian Baskets

One of the oldest known Native American crafts is Basket-weaving. There are Indian baskets from the Southwest that have been identified by archaeologists that go as far back as 8000 years. Different tribes use different materials, basket shapes, weaving techniques, and designs. Baskets from the Northeast Indians, for example, are traditionally made from braided sweet-grass or pounded ash splints. The Cherokee and other Southeast Indian tribes baskets are traditionally made from river-cane wicker or bundled pine needles. The Southwestern Indians traditionally made baskets from tightly coiled willow wood or sumac. The Northwest Indians traditionally wove their Indian baskets with swamp grass, spruce root, and cedar bark. Northern Indian tribes like the Ojibwe and Navajo or Dene' wove their baskets with birch-bark.