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Woman Grinding Corn

Woman Grinding Corn

You are looking at an educational picture called "Grinding Wokas". It was taken in 1923 by Edward S. Curtis.

The picture presents a Klamath woman kneeling, preparing wokas on a stone slab. She can be seen grinding corn.

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Image ID# 0CFAD4DD

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