Basket weaving spans Native American cultures across the Southwest and throughout the country.
The Southwest region offered ample plant variety for weaving strong baskets, though unfortunately, preservation techniques of these original baskets was less available. The handwoven baskets were used to carry, store, and preserve goods.
Now, the tradition of basket weaving continues, though primarily decorative and ceremonial.
Havasupai Tribe – AZ
Hopi Tribe – AZ
Hualapai Tribe – AZ
Kaibab Band of Paiute Indians – AZ
Las Vegas Band of Paiute Indians – NV
Moapa Band of Paiute Indians – NV
Navajo Nation – AZ
Paiute Indian Tribe of Utah – UT
San Juan Southern Paiute Tribe – AZ
The Pueblo of Zuni – NM
Yavapai-Apache Nation – AZ
Monument Valley, AZ
Havasupai Indian Reservation, AZ