National Geographic : 1940 May
o National Geographic Society BASKET WEAVING SUPPORTS A MICMAC MATRON Artificial flowers are also sold in this Indian handicraft shop at Heatherton. The baskets are made of dyed and natural-colored strips split from ash. Nova Scotia's few remaining Micmacs work as guides, fishermen, and curio makers. Kodachromes by John Mills, Jr. LOOPS OF YARN, HOOKED THROUGH BURLAP, MAKE ARUG With her left hand, under the frame, amatron ofCheticamp feeds colored wool to the hook.She pulls the loop up through the backing a fraction of an inch, then repeats the process, following the design outlined in charcoal. Her daughterhelps with the big rug.