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dc.coverage.spatialSliammon village (tʼɩšosəm), British Columbia, Canada-
dc.creatorPowell River News
dc.date1977
dc.date.accessioned2019-02-19T18:14:16Z-
dc.date.available2019-02-19T18:14:16Z-
dc.identifier9780774861250_PRMA_248
dc.identifier.urihttp://206.12.103.164:8080/xmlui/handle/123456789/154-
dc.descriptionɬaʔamɩn basket weavers and bead workers made items to be used for cultural exchange during the soccer team’s travels to Hawaii. From left: Mary George, Katherine Blaney, Sara Bob, and Mary Peters.
dc.rights© Powell River News/Glacier Media Group
dc.sourceCourtesy of Powell River Historical Museum & Archives, ND028575
dc.titleBaskets for Hawaii
dc.typeStill Image
dcterms.spatialSliammon village (tʼɩšosəm), British Columbia, Canada-
rs.tkLabelTK Attribution-
rs.tkLabelTK Outreach-
rs.tkLabelTK Non-Commercial-
rs.tkLabelTK Culturally Sensitive-
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