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“Kids have the opportunity, for example, to weave the kind of sweetgrass basket popular on the coast of West Africa.”
“The herbs used to make smudge sticks are usually white sage, sweetgrass, or cedar, although any dried herb is fine, even lavender.”
“Slough grass was used as thatching, sweetgrass and sage were burned in ceremonial rituals.”
“This is history," says Vera Manigault, 63, who makes baskets from sweetgrass, palmetto leaves and palmetto thorns and sells them at a roadside stand.”
“When Jackson was about 4, the women in her family began to teach her how to weave the sweetgrass that was plentiful around the South Carolina basin.”
“She used sable palmetto to tightly wrap the sweetgrass.”
“The South Carolina baskets are usually a combination of light and deep beige, keeping to the traditional sweetgrass and bulrush.”
“Around her, the fragrance of sweetgrass and bulrush scents the air.”
“Also in the heritage category are: Yacub Addy, a Ghanaian-born drum master and educator; sweetgrass basket weaver Mary Jackson; Delano Floyd McCoury, a bluegrass guitarist and singer; and Jim "Texas Shorty" Chancellor, the champion fiddler.”
“The northern border issues include religious persecution, difficulty with issues such as transporting eagle feathers, and sweetgrass.”
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