Justin Farmer is of Northern Diegueño heritage and is recognized by the US Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA) as a California “Mission Indian.” He was born in 1926, in a small farm house several miles from the town of Julian, San Diego County, in Southern California. Mr. Farmer has authored several short treatises on basket making, use of native plants in basketry, making acorn granaries, baby cradle boards of California, as well as assisting in two books by the Riverside Municipal Museum. He is also a former member of the Southwest Museum’s Board of Trustees (now the Autry National Center).
A fully illustrated narrative on how to harvest, cure, split, size, and weave basketry plan materials into a Southern California Indian style coiled basket. Justin Farmer is of Northern Diegueño …$ 19.95 Add to cart
A thorough study of Indian Cradles, Cradle Boards, and Cradle Baskets is presented in this book by Justin Farmer. These cradles were created by Indians from northern Baja California to …
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- Categories: California: Central and Northern, California: General, California: Los Angeles/Orange County, California: San Diego, Deserts: California and Southwest, History/Lore/Native Americans, Mexico/Baja California.
- Format: Hardcover
- Pages: 220
- Dimensions: 7.25 x 10.25
- ISBN: 9780976149231
- Year Published: 2013
- Language: English
- Publisher: Justin Farmer Foundation