Isleta Pueblo Crate People from Isleta Pueblo (in what is now New Mexico) made and used this crate to harvest grapes during the 19th century. The Franciscan brothers of the mission used the grapes to make wine for daily consumption and for celebrations of the Mass. You can see this crate in the "American Encounters" exhibition, 2nd floor of the National Museum of American History.
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