“Generationally-Linked Archaeology,” an article highlighting Ed and Dale’s collaborative efforts, was published as the lead-off article in the SAA Archaeological Record November 2018 issue. The work between “Dale Croes and colleagues proposes nothing less than a new paradigm for collaborative partnerships between indigenous groups and archaeologists. ” –Anna Marie Prentiss, SAA Archaeological Record, Editor’s Corner, November 2018Re-Awakening Ancient Salish Sea Basketry: Fifty Years of Basketry Studies in Culture and Science traces the evolution of traditional basketmaking on the Northwest Coast of North America from thousands of years ago to contemporary times. The book is the result of a collaboration between Mr. Ed Carriere, Suquamish Elder and Master Basketmaker, and Dr. On the site ilibpro.info website you can download an audiobook Re-Awakening Ancient Salish Sea Basketry: Fifty Years of Basketry Studies in Culture and Science (Journal of Northwest Anthropology Memoir Series) for free via torrent. In the ilibpro.info electronic library you can download the electronic book Re-Awakening Ancient Salish Sea Basketry: Fifty Years of Basketry Studies in Culture and Science (Journal of Northwest Anthropology Memoir Series) for free in the format epub, fb2, rtf, mobi, pdf on your phone, android, iPhone, ipad, or read books online for free! Download the free Acrobat Reader DC software, the only PDF viewer with read, search, print, and interaction features that supports almost all types of PDF files. Libraries where you can download the book Re-Awakening Ancient Salish Sea Basketry: Fifty Years of Basketry Studies in Culture and Science (Journal of Northwest Anthropology Memoir Series) for Android for free. Just download the book to your phone or tablet in the desired format: fb2, mobi and read in the reader. Dale R. Croes, Northwest archaeologist specializing in ancient basketry and excavation of Northwest Coast waterlogged sites (also known as "wet sites"). Both men have spent over 50 years of their lives exploring their mutual interest in the art of basketry. The book explores the lives of these two basketry specialists; describes their analyses of the 2,000-year-old basketry collection from the Biderbost wet-site, Snoqualmie Tribal Territory, currently housed at the University of Washington Burke Museum Archaeology Program; describes their development of Generationally-Linked Archaeology, a new approach that connects contemporary cultural specialists with ancient and ancestral specialists through collaboration with archaeologists; and details the sharing of their efforts with cultural audiences, such as the Northwest Native American Basketweavers Association, and scientific audiences, such as the annual Northwest Anthropological Conference.