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Coiled Basketry of the Sierra Miwok: A Study of Regional Variation (San Diego Museum Papers). Bates, Craig D. Published by San Diego Museum of Man (1982). ISBN 10: 0937808326 ISBN 13: 9780937808320.
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Coiled basketry of the Sierra Miwok: A study of regional variation. Anthropological studies in California. Pages 155–187in Smithsonian Institution, Annual Report of the National Museum. San Diego Museum Papers No. 15. San Diego Museum of Man, San Diego. Hudson, J. W. 1901–1904. Manuscript in the Field Museum of Natural History, Chicago, Illinois. Manuscript 7, unpublished. Ethnogeography of the Plains Miwok. No. San Diego: San Diego Museum of Man. Bennyhoff, JA. 1977. Publication No. 5. Davis: University of California.
The Plains and Sierra Miwok were once the largest group of Native American Miwok people, indigenous to California. Their homeland included regions of the Sacramento Valley, San Joaquin Valley, and the Sierra Nevada.
Bates, Craig D. Coiled Basketry of the Sierra Miwok: A Study of Regional Variation. This is an article by Craig Bates discussing the importance and validity of anthropological and archaeological finds with regard to Miwok Indians during the first quarter of the 20th century.
Occasional Papers of the Redding Museum 2. 1982b Coiled basketry of the Sierra Miwok.
A study of the terms used to describe these ceremo-nial garments-mo/ok and kukshui-helps us to nar-row the possible place of collection of the two pieces (Figs. The word molok associated with an entire skin of the condor used in a dance honoring the bird is found among the Valley Nisenan at the village of Pujune (Kroeber 1929:269), which is only two miles distant from the village of Seku that Voznesenski vis-ited and even closer to Sutter's home. Occasional Papers of the Redding Museum 2.