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Pit River

The Pit River tribe was made of many several bands of Native Americans who resided mainly in the northeastern part of California along the Pit River area near Montgomery creek.

The Pit River tribe's basketry was typically made in a twined style and often used willow rods, bear grass and maidenhair fern.
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A Pit River Hopper basket
Item#: 7016
this basket was placed on a stone mortar and was used to pound acorns with a stone pestle to produce acorn meal. The light colored material is bean grass and the dark material is Maidenhair Fern. The Horizontal design element is wrapped around the basket. Circa: 1900 Diameter: 16 1/2in x Height: 7in
Category: Indian Baskets - Pit River
A Pit River beaded bottle
Item#: 2090
Circa: 1910 Height: 9 in
Category: Indian Baskets - Pit River
A Pit River bowl
Item#: 1748
decorated with stacked parallelograms, diagonally around the basket Circa: 1910 Diameter: 12in Height: 9in
Category: Indian Baskets - Pit River
A very large Pit River twined bottle
Item#: 1419
Circa: 1915 Height: 17in
Category: Indian Baskets - Pit River
A Pit River bowl
Item#: 8281
Circa: 1910 Diameter: 11in Height: 6 1/2in
Category: Indian Baskets - Pit River
Pit River bowl
Item#: 8101
Circa: 1915 Diameter: 12in Height: 8in
Category: Indian Baskets - Pit River
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