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One fragment of checker plaited basketry with bands of decoration. There is one bag of associated loose debris. This basket did not have an associated catalog number. The current catalog number was assigned using the numbering system determined for unnumbered artifacts in the Biderbost collection by using the site number and accession number (45SN100/2006-119/1). A. Deep 3/10/09 This basketry fragment was adopted by Mary Anne and John A. Fray, Jr. through the Adopt-a-Basket program in September 2008. Their $100 donation paid for proper curation of this fragment. A. Deep 3/10/09

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Gift of Dr. Astrida R. Blukis Onat

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North America Northwest Coast Pacific Northwest Puget Sound Snohomish County Washington State Western United States Western Washington

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Owned by Burke Museum of Natural History and Culture, Seattle, WA.

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