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wild currant, rabbit brush stems and yucca leaf
The Yellow Corn Maiden Kachina decorates this wicker basket, distinguished by a yellow face and long hari. Basketry trays are used in the kiva, an underground ceremonial chamber, to hold sacred pollen and prayer sticks, or they may be carried by kackina dancers.
Sarah Allen and Julia Patzelt, Beyond Appearance: Constructing Likeness (Claremont: Pomona College Museum of Art, 2003), 6 and 8 (illustrated/ color).
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