|CALIFORNIA TRIBAL ARTS|
|Upper left: Ukiah Pomo style with finger-woven cotton carrying strap. Fashioned of bent willow withes bound together with braided cotton twine; an oak hoop at the top adds strength and protects the baby’s head.
Upper right: Karok style with sunshade. Twined of hazel shoots with spruce root wrapping; the sunshade twined with hazel shoots, conifer root, beargrass and maidenhair fern.
Lower left: Wintu style with sunshade. Twined of willow with girl’s design in cotton yarn across the shade.
Right: MAIDU style with sunshade; oak frame, bed of stripped redbud bound with buckskin, sunshade of willow with pine roots, buckskin lacing.
Left: ATSUGEWI style boy’s cradle with sunshade twined of willow. The frame is of wild cherry bound with buckskin, the hood and frame decorated with glass seed beads.