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Ceramic (clay) pipes, such as this one, were commonly manufactured by Plains and Eastern Native Americans in North America. This pipe was recovered from the Woods site, a Smoky Hill phase village site in Clay County, occupied during the Middle Ceramic period. This tubular pipe was used for smoking tobacco.

Date: 989 CE-1436 CE

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Item Number: 440026
Call Number: 14CY30-307 Feature 15
KSHS Identifier: DaRT ID: 440026

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