BasketMaker
Bas·ket Maker (băsʹkĭt) n.
1. Any of several early periods of Anasazi culture preceding the Pueblo periods and characterized by the use of wicker basketry, dry farming, and coiled pottery.
2. A member of the Anasazi people who produced this culture.

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