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Tohono O'odham Figural Basket From the Creek Council House Museum Association, Okmulgee, Oklahoma
Creek Council House Museum Association (A)
cylindrical form decorated with 11 lizards and 11 men and women, height 10 in. x diameter 10 in.
mid-20th century



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Property of the Creek Council House Museum Association, Okmulgee, Oklahoma
Est $400 - $600
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