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Description: scan of catalog card [FRONT] [MAIN BODY] Field Museum of Natural History. | [Field Museum subject code written in red] 34-18 | County: Luzon Isld., Philippine Islands. | Locality: Cagayan River. ? | People: Ilongot. | Name: Basket. Squarish pliable body. Of woven split palm leaf. Edge stitched with split bark. Tying string of thin twisted fiber cordage. (over) | Collection: R.F. Cummings Expedition, (Wm. Jones, Collector 1908=09). | Notes: | Width: 11 cm | Length: | Height: 11cm | Price: | [LEFT MARGIN] A | 114387 | ENT | Neg. Alb. p. 427 | Acc. 1096 | [ILLUSTRATION] | [ILLUSTRATION NOTATION] | [BACK] Baskets fitted with small cords, which pass around the waist, are carried at the side or against one hip. In them the women carry seed rice at planting time, or sugar cane and the like when on the trail. | [1 photograph] |Catalog Number: 114387.nosubDescription: basketMaterials: palm leaf, bark, cordageCultural Attribution: IlongotAccession Number:  Ethnological Expedition to Luzon, Philippine Islands, to collect materials after the death of William Jones - Igorot Tribe; Ilongot Indians (Expedition)Accession Year:District/County: Cagayan RiverCollector/Source: Ethnological Expedition to Luzon, Philippine Islands, to collect materials after the death of William Jones - Igorot Tribe; Ilongot Indians, Mr. Willard Jones : Kavilco Incorporated, Stephen C. Simms : The Field MuseumEMu IRN: 1015157GUID: 3b7817f6-2bd3-4ebe-8875-2a178e671634
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