A scale model of an 1830s-era Coast Miwok village in the Nicasio Valley, which features spears made from porcupine quills and woven baskets so tiny they “wouldn’t fit over your pinkie,” is the centerpiece of the first exhibit of the Nicasio Historical Society’s new museum on the town square, said president Elaine Doss. The Nicasio Valley . . .
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