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Twined Salish baskets circa 1890 made in the Puget Sound region often featured a one-inch rim band with animal or bird figures beneath the attached twisted loops. Baskets using similar techniques were made when the petroglyph was incised at Cape Alava hundreds of years ago.

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Twined Salish baskets circa 1890 made in the Puget Sound region often featured a one-inch rim band with animal or bird figures beneath the attached twisted loops. Baskets using similar techniques were made when the petroglyph was incised at Cape Alava hundreds of years ago.

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