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    • Basket: white oak, burden

    • United States. Indian Arts and Crafts Board; Welch, Agnes Lossie, 1925-1997
    • This rivercane burden basket was made in 1982 by Cherokee basket weaver Agnes Welch and photographed at a later date by the Indian Arts and Crafts Board, a division of the United States Department of Interior. The basket was dyed using blood root...
    • Basketry by Agnes L. Welch

    • United States. Indian Arts and Crafts Board; Welch, Agnes Lossie, 1925-1997
    • This photograph documents an exhibition of baskets by Agnes Welch. Agnes Lossie Welch (1925-1997) was known for making white oak baskets. Unlike most Cherokee basket weavers, she did not learn this craft through her family. Instead, Welch...
    • Basket: white oak

    • United States. Indian Arts and Crafts Board; Welch, Agnes Lossie, 1925-1997
    • This grouping of white oak baskets was made by Cherokee basket weaver Agnes Welch. Agnes Lossie Welch (1925-1997) was known for making white oak baskets. Unlike most Cherokee basket weavers, she did not learn this craft through her family. ...
    • Basket: white oak, storage

    • United States. Indian Arts and Crafts Board; Welch, Agnes Lossie, 1925-1997
    • This white oak storage basket was made by Cherokee basket weaver Agnes Welch. Dyed with blood root and walnut root, the basket is a combination of darks and the lighter natural color of white oak to make an overall pattern. Agnes Lossie Welch...
    • Agnes Welch

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    • This photograph, taken circa 1972 by an unknown photographer, is of Cherokee basket weaver Agnes Welch with an unfinished white oak basket in her lap. Agnes Lossie Welch (1925-1997) was known for making white oak baskets. Unlike most Cherokee...
    • Agnes Welch

    • United States. Indian Arts and Crafts Board;
    • This undated photograph of Cherokee basket weaver Agnes Welch shows her preparing white oak splits to use in weaving a basket. Agnes Lossie Welch (1925-1997) was known for making white oak baskets. Unlike most Cherokee basket weavers, she did not...
    • Agnes Welch

    • United States. Indian Arts and Crafts Board;
    • This undated photograph of Cherokee basket weaver Agnes Welch shows her preparing white oak splits to use in weaving a basket. Agnes Lossie Welch (1925-1997) was known for making white oak baskets. Unlike most Cherokee basket weavers, she did not...
    • Agnes Welch

    • unknown
    • Agnes Lossie Welch (1925-1997) was known for making white oak baskets. Unlike most Cherokee basket weavers, she did not learn this craft through her family. Instead, Welch learned to make baskets in school, from Lottie Queen Stamper (1907-1987)....
    • Agnes Welch

    • unknown
    • Agnes Lossie Welch (1925-1997) was known for making white oak baskets. Unlike most Cherokee basket weavers, she did not learn this craft through her family. Instead, Welch learned to make baskets in school, from Lottie Queen Stamper (1907-1987)....
    • Basket: white oak, storage

    • Welch, Agnes Lossie, 1925-1997
    • This undated white oak storage basket was made by Cherokee basket weaver Agnes Welch. Dyed with blood root and walnut root, the basket is a combination of darks and the lighter natural color of white oak to make an overall pattern. Agnes Lossie...
    • Basketry by Agnes Welch

    • United States. Indian Arts and Crafts Board
    • This four-page brochure was created by the Indian Arts and Crafts Board, a division of the United States Department of Interior, to accompany a 1972 exhibition of "Basketry by Agnes L. Welch." The exhibitions were held at Qualla Arts and Crafts...

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