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A classic study of rare plant fiber artifacts from the dry rockshelters of northwest Arkansas. Scholtz provides a detailed classificatory description of “interworked structures” excavated in the 1930s and curated by the University of Arkansas Museum Collections. This significant and timeless archeological report has proved a favorite with museum and textile specialists, as well as fiber artists, basketmakers, and weavers. Our digital reprint, providing quality graphic reproduction and updated fonts, is again available in limited quantities.