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Shown is a representation of a Tesuque Rain God created in the 1880s. The artifact had been made for sale in the tourist trade near Santa Fe, New Mexico. It is unknown how it made its way to a site in Wyandotte County that was occupied from the Middle Ceramic period to the early Historic period.

Date: 1880-1889

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Item Number: 449243
KSHS Identifier: DaRT ID: 449243

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