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Source: BC Archives
Emily Carr
Salish Woman Weaving
Call No: pdp00621

Salish weaving
Native Women weaving baskets, Comox-Strathcona, BC
Call No: H-04543

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Page 6: Clipart – WPA posters

Page 7: Clipart – Weaver at a loom

Page 8: Clipart – Weaving room, Distaff Wheel

Page 9: Clipart – Icelandic Spinning Wheel

Page 10: Clipart – Silk Reeling, Cotton Gin

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Page 13: Clipart – Salish Woman – Emily Carr

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