Peabody Museum Acquisitions

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Lidded trinket basket, Elizabeth Hickox (Wiyot), Upper Klamath River, Ten Eyck, California, 1913 or earlier. Gift of Lewis H. Farlow, 1913. Photo by Hillel Burger. PM 13-9-10/8396.


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