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Collection Tier:
Tier 3

Black Ash Splint Basket With Handle

Identifier:
E1998.50.3
Description:
Rectangular, twilled bottom and some narrow weavers dyed red. Sweet grass bound to rim with splints. Handle, typical hickory construction and form.;Typical of working basket made for sale to non-indians. Good size for Docent use as container for related objects. Docents want, but do not have such a basket.;Great Lakes Indian Basket, split black ash and sweet grass binding on top. Probably early 1940's.;Purchased by donor in Rockford, MI. at antique or second-hand store.;Purchased by donor in Rockford, MI, at antique or second-hand store..;Paper label, ink pen |
Materials:
Weaving, Black Ash Splints, Hickory, Sweetgrass
Dimensions:
14" h 15" w 8.5" d
Current Location Status:
Education Program
Source:
Gift Of Winnie Glessner
Rights:

Exhibit/Program
Discover: The First People of this Place (Grades K-3) (October 14 2019)
Long before Europeans came to Michigan, Grand Rapids was the site of a Native American village. Native American villages along the Grand River would have looked very different from our present city of Grand Rapids. The First People of this Place program will discuss three Native American tribes of the Great Lakes region--Odawa (Ottawa), Ojibwe (Chippewa) and Bode'wadmi (Potawatomi). Together, these peoples form the tribes of the Three Fires and are collectively called the Anishinabek. Students will be introduced to traditional life ways, the respected role of elders, and storytelling. Program activities allow students to learn history firsthand by handling artifacts, participating in traditional children’s games, and listening to Anishinabe stories.

Objectives:

  • Students will be able to explain who the first inhabitants of Michigan were and how long humans have inhabited Michigan.
  • Students will be able to describe how the clothing, food, shelter, and technology of Michigan’s Native Americans have evolved through time.
  • Students will analyze examples of traditional and modern Anishinabe culture present in exhibit areas and in primary sources.

Curriculum Connections:

  • Michigan K-12 Social Studies Standards: H1 The World in Temporal Terms Historical Habits of Mind, H2 Living and Working Together in Families and Communities, Now and Long Ago, H3 The History of Michigan and the Great Lakes Region, G2 Places and Regions, G4 Human Systems, G5 Environment and Society, P1 Reading and Communication, P2 Inquiry Research and Analysis
  • ELA Common Core Standards for Reading
  • NGSS Science and Engineering Practices: Constructing Explanations

Maker/Donor
Glessner, Winnie
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