Extremely well written and based on an impressive amount of archival research. . . . It skillfully interweaves biography, rigorous stylistic analysis, and social history into an impressive story.
—Janet Berlo, editor of The Early Years of Native American Art History
Though by no means the first book or article to include discussions of the technically and aesthetically exquisite basketry produced by the Hickoxes, this volume is far and away the most extensive treatment of the corpus of their work and, more importantly, the context
of that work in the broadest possible sense of that term.
—Journal of Anthropological Research
The baskets in the color plates are, of course, exquisite.
—News from Native California