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Apart from this peculiarly specific attribution from out in left field, of course:
were traded, most probably with the Mt. Shasta Indians anywhere from the late 1700's to the mid 1800's.
It was a Russian fort! So these "Russian" beads must have been traded there! If I were making up fairy tales, I think I'd have gone with Fort Vancouver, as Lester actually dug up this type of bead there.
[Later: apparently "Russian" beads have been found near Ft. Ross, so I stand corrected yet again]