Jemez Pueblo, Pictorial rug with five long sections of cotton (crudely woven) blanket divided by a line of feathers (of which only the quills now remain). Tassels at corners. Some designs in brown scorched on or rubbed on, however so faint it is hard to tell. Given to Mrs. Wetherill's son by a Jemez man who said it represented the Jemez watershed. It is supposedly woven with fiber from the cottonwood tree and painted with brown stain from puffballs. Possibly ceremonial item from cave. Item 37 on inventory.