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    Gabriel Frey, a 12th-generation Passamaquoddy basketmaker, pulls apart a slab of brown ash to the correct size to create a basket at his Orono home studio. The Abbe Museum in Bar Harbor will introduce an American Indian art market next spring to showcase Wabanaki work.

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    Gabriel Frey uses a knife to strip a piece of brown ash to create a basket at his studio. (Photo by Ashley L. Conti)

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    Gabriel Frey weaves a support piece into a basket at his studio. (Photo by Ashley L. Conti)

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    Artist Jason Brown works in his Bangor studio. (Staff photo by Shawn Patrick Ouellette/Staff Photographer)

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    Photo gallery: Gabriel Frey, a 12th-generation Passamaquoddy basketmaker, in his Orono studio - Staff photo by Shawn Patrick OuelletteArtist Jason Brown shows off his "Star People Necklace" in his Bangor studio. Brown says he put in over 120 hours working on the necklace, which includes more than 18 types of stones from Arizona to Maine. | of | Share this photo

    Jason Brown shows off his "Star People Necklace" in his Bangor studio.

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