She was Tohono O'odham, 1912-2006. Manuel's baskets often featured her own interpretation of the Tohono O'odham man in the maze.
A Yavapai, 1878-1966. Traditional Yavapai symbols for mountains, animals and people are woven into her work.
She is Tohono O'odham, born 1955. Antone uses only plant materials, such as yucca, bear grass and devil's claw, to make her coiled baskets.
Akimel O'odham, circa 1920-1970s. Her baskets often touted squash blossom designs.
Hopi, born in 1939. Saufkie has been instrumental in bringing attention to Hopi coil basketry.
- Selected by Diane Dittemore, ethnological collections curator at the Arizona State Museum, and Mark Bahti, Bahti Indian Arts