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The Kawaiisu Culture
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The Kawaiisu Culture
History
Language & Homeland
Contact with Others
Social Organization
Shelter
Diet
Food Preparation
Basketry
Tools and Implements
Clothing and Adornments
Recreation
Stories and Myths
Rock Art

Natural History
Geology
Weather

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