The Mission Native Americans consist of the Southern and Northern Diegueño, the Cupeño, the Cahuilla, the Lusieño, the Juaneño, and the Gabrielino and Fernandeño. The primary materials used were Epicampes rigens grass (the foundation of coiled ware), sumac or a Juncus rush (for wrapping), and the Neowashingtonia filamentosa palm (also sometimes used for wrapping). Typical styles include twining and coiling.
-A.L. Kroeber, Basket Designs of the Mission Indians of California