Pictured is a 1911 ad offering "allotted Indian land" for sale. United States Department of the Interior advertisement offering 'Indian Land for Sale'. Available land was located in the following states: Colorado, Idaho, Kansas, Montana, Nebraska, North Dakota, Oklahoma, Oregon, South Dakota, Washington, Wisconsin, and Wyoming
Haida; collected at Masset in 1911 by C. C. Perry; woven cedar bark. Early engravings by Russian artists depict north coast chiefs wearing woven hats painted with formline crest designs. Haida women excelled in basketry. Isabella and Charles Edenshaw made painted hats for sale, including this example. The four-pointed star with bicolored points is the signature of Charles Edenshaw, who painted the hats.