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These three examples of similar pottery were recovered from a Pawnee Village site, 14RP1, during excavations in the 1930s by the University of Nebraska. In 1987 they were donated to the Kansas Historical Society. The Pawnee village was occupied in the late 1700s and can be visited at the Pawnee Indian Museum in Republic County. These five pieces of pottery, four of which refit, all show punctates on the lip (top most part of the sherds) and incised opposed diagonal lines on the collar (a ridge or band folded over from the top of the vessel).

Date: 1770-1800

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Pottery from Pawnee Indian Village, 14RP1 - 1

Item Number: 312976
Call Number: 14RP1 1987.E.901, .902, .903
KSHS Identifier: DaRT ID: 312976

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