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Wasco-Wishram baskets circa 1890 portrayed near Wishram, Washington. In the background is the ancient petroglyph called Tsagaglalal, meaning "She Who Watches." The bowl is made from the horn of a mountain sheep which was boiled first to soften it, than molded and carved.

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Wasco-Wishram baskets circa 1890 portrayed near Wishram, Washington. In the background is the ancient petroglyph called Tsagaglalal, meaning "She Who Watches." The bowl is made from the horn of a mountain sheep which was boiled first to soften it, than molded and carved.

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