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PGMNH 4/1334 Almost all surviving walaheens are documented as Ohlone. Long after European tools replaced the functions of other traditional baskets, the Ohlone continued to make and use these winnowers. All walaheens require great technical skill to make. The warps of this basket are made of peeled willow shoots. Split sedge roots comprise the weft; and horsetail rhizomes, the black designs.Like other walaheens, this one has uniform twill-twining with an alternating slant of weft turns in each row. A long row starts the basket, and above and below it has plain twining with up-to-the-right slant of turns. The first warp sticks were added in alternating patterns of one then two.