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This Wiyo Black-on-gray pottery sherd was found at 14MH1, a village site in Marshall County occupied periodically from the Archaic to the Middle Ceramic Periods. It was donated to the Kansas Historical Society in 1987. Wiyo pottery, also called Biscuit A or Abiquiu Black-on-gray is a type of Northern Rio Grande whiteware pottery. The donation included a copy of a letter for Asa Hill from Charles Amsden to Emil Haury, all noted Archeologists, describing the pottery sherd.

Date: 1375 CE-1450 CE

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Item Number: 312650
Call Number: 14MH1 1987.E.793 & .794
KSHS Identifier: DaRT ID: 312650

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