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Finding Aid for the Baja California (Paipai) Indian Archaeological and Ethnographic Collections, 1955-1959
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Description
The Paipai Indians continue in present day to live in Baja California, Mexico in an area south-east of Ensenada. Materials in the Paipai collection were field collected from 1955 to 1959 and consist of ethnographic as well as archaeological pieces.
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