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Lillian Pitt's Fabric Masks!

The Friends of Fort Vancouver are excited to announce a collaboration with artist Lillian Pitt. Using designs from Lillian's artwork, these handmade fabric masks are made of 100% washable cotton and 40% of all sales of these masks are donated to the Warm Springs Museum! Learn More: 

Forgotten Stories of Clark County Women – The Voices Seldom Heard

Part 1 — Stories of 19th Century Women Who Influenced Clark County Welcome to the podcast series of the Friends of Fort Vancouver National Historic Site. This series gives voice to the "Forgotten Stories of Clark County Women – The Voices Seldom Heard." In the 19th century the population of Clark County, WA, increased dramatically from the size of ...
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Native American Arts Celebration, November 18, 2017

Native American Artist Lillian Pitt Pendant
The Friends of Fort Vancouver are honored to host a Celebration of Native American Arts. ​Time Saturday, November 18, 2017 from 11:00am to 3:00pm ​Location Visitor Center, 1501 East Evergreen Boulevard, Vancouver, Washington, 98661 Lillian Pitt Native American Artist Lillian Pitt will be available to discuss her work with visitors one-on-one. ...
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Lillian Pitt: Eclipse Over Warm Springs Nation, August 21, 2017

​Native American Artist Lillian Pitt has created a limited edition jewelry series entitled Eclipse Over the Warm Springs Nation in commemoration of the August 21, 2017 solar eclipse. The pendant, earrings and ring are available through the Friends of the Fort Vancouver National Historic Site. Pre-orders are now being accepted through the Friends wi...
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Lillian Pitt: Getting to Know the Artist

Lillian Pitt is a Native American artist from the Big River (Columbia River) region of the Pacific Northwest. Born on the Warm Springs Reservation in Oregon, she is a descendent of Wasco, Yakama, and Warm Springs people. She is one of the most highly regarded Native American artists in the Pacific Northwest. Her works have been exhibited and review...
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