Strips of a white oak laid down by Lucreaty Clark during basket making process

Strips of a white oak laid down by Lucreaty Clark during basket making process

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  • Strips of a white oak laid down by Lucreaty Clark during basket making process

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  • FS79727A

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  • Not after 1979

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  • Lucreaty Clark was born in Jefferson County in 1904. She learned to make white oak baskets from her parents, who learned from their parents. Originally these sturdy baskets were used to hold cotton and carry vegetables. The tradition of white oak basket making has been carried on by Lucreaty Clark's grandson, Alphonso Jennings.

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