Small oval table mat woven of fine grass of three colors: natural, light brown and dark brown. The design is of concentric circles alternately in each of the three colors. Eells reported that the Indians used aniline dyes in coloring the grass for these mats. The weave is fine and tight. Post-Contact/Reservation.
Head strap used for carrying baskets. Head piece is woven of bark (?) rope and rope of two colors: red and white in triangle pattern. Long braided straps on either side of head piece; look to be made of bark twin, as well. Head piece measures 18.0 inches; straps are approximately 3 feet each. Rope on head piece is worn and damaged. Post-Contact.
Large fancy basket, tightly woven of fine grass. Rim is finished with braided bark strips. Colors: dark brown and natural color grass. Design is of animal figures around the top and rectangles, one on top of the other four times around in a "round and round design." Post-Contact.
Very small canoe model carved from single cedar piece. Bow carved in animal-like head. Stern top is broken off. Black/blue and red painted design on inside ends and top edges. Edges are hatched. Small paper tag on inside reads: "Chinook made by..." The name is not legible. Post-Contact/Reservation.