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This is a replica of Indain pottery. It is located in the Old School House Museum in Twenty-nine Palms. As you can see, the pottery was pretty plain, it does not have that much color in it.

Indains used to use pottery for carrying or storing supplies . Some of the supplies were berries, water, and acorns. They also used Parry Nolina leaves to make baskets for storage.

Katy Tucker

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