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These four sherds of pottery were found, along with chert flakes and bifaces in a cache, during the construction of Lake Parsons in Neosho County. They were glued together and donated to the Kansas Historical Society in 1994. The pottery has a row of punctates along the lip and below the lip on the interior. Additionally, there are a series of 13 horizontal parallel lines topped by a parallel dashed line. Course grains of sand was used for temper.

Date: Unknown

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Item Number: 440097
Call Number: 14NO1320 1994.B.6544
KSHS Identifier: DaRT ID: 440097

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