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PGMNH 4/1338 Small feathered baskets were not for functional use; they were decorative and are sometimes known as “gift baskets.” Red woodpecker scalp feathers make up three broad bands, while green mallard duck feathers make up two bands. The basket was made by coiling around warp bundles of three rods of peeled willow shoots, with split sedge root weft stitches that are interlocking and split on the back face. The work direction is leftward. There are 14 stitches per inch and eight coil rows per inch. The rim is plan with a tapered coil ending. This basket was given to the museum as a bequest from Ethel Walter Hyde in 1974. The basket was said to be from the Santa Cruz area. Hyde is reported to be a descendant of Jose Mariano Estrada, who served in various positions at the Presidio of Monterey until he retired in 1829. Estrada married into the family of Governor Arguello, who gave him a land grant in the Salinas Valley.