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The Wampanoag exhibitor, Annawon Weeden, brought these artifacts from Cape Cod. Here he holds up that duck spoon, as Jill holds a flute and drum. (No, she's not using the flute to beat the drum.)
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ExhibitPlus 070303WampanoagSpoonEtAl3 The Wampanoag exhibitor, <a href=http://www.mcnaa.org/Speakers/annawon_weeden.html>Annawon Weeden</a>, brought these artifacts from Cape Cod. Here he holds up that duck spoon, as Jill holds a flute and drum. (No, she's not using the flute to beat the drum.)