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Kule Loklo
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Kule Loklo is a reconstruction of a Miwok village in Point Reyes.  The site was not a real village, but the reproducitons there allow visitors to get an idea of what a Miwok village would have looked like a couple hundred years ago in California.  It's a fun place to visit.

Copyright: Joe Griffin
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Tags: kule loklo; miwok; indian; native; american; californian; reconstruction; village; sweathouse; lodge; bark; wikiup; granary; point reyes; point; reyes; marin
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