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Diminutive Pipe from the Glen Elder Site, 14ML1

Diminutive Pipe from the Glen Elder Site, 14ML1
Date: 1300-1450 CE
This diminutive pipe was recovered from a site in Mitchell County that was occupied during the White Rock Oneota phase, an intrusive Late Prehistoric (1000-1650 CE) archeological complex. The pipestone pipe is decorated on two sides with incised diamond shapes and lines. The soft, fine-grained material of the pipestone enabled the carver to shape, smooth, and decorate the pipe. The site was excavated by the University of Nebraska and the collection was donated to the Kansas Historical Society in 1987.


Modified Pipestone Artifact from the Glen Elder Site, 14ML1

Modified Pipestone Artifact from the Glen Elder Site, 14ML1
Date: 1000 - 1650 CE
This pipestone artifact was recovered from a site in Mitchell County that was occupied by people of the White Rock Oneota, a Late Prehistoric (1000-1650 CE) archeological complex. The soft, fine-grained material of the pipestone enabled the carver to shape and smooth the piece into a rectangle of unknown function. The site was excavated by the University of Nebraska and the collection was donated to the Kansas Historical Society in 1987.


Pipestone Pipe Fragment from the Glen Elder Site, 14ML1

Pipestone Pipe Fragment from the Glen Elder Site, 14ML1
Date: 1000-1650 CE
This pipestone pipe fragment was recovered from a site in Mitchell County that was occupied by people of the White Rock Oneota, a Late Prehistoric (1000-1650 CE) archeological complex. The soft, fine-grained pipestone enabled the pipe's carver to shape and smooth the piece. The pipe had a squared exterior and a rounded interior (the bore) when it was broken. The site was excavated by the University of Nebraska and the collection was donated to the Kansas Historical Society in 1987.


Pottery from the Glen Elder Site, 14ML1

Pottery from the Glen Elder Site, 14ML1
Date: 1000-1650 CE
These pottery rim sherds were recovered from a site in Mitchell County that was occupied by people of the White Rock Oneota, a Late Prehistoric (1000-1650 CE) archeological complex. One rim is decorated with tool impressed marks and the others are decorated with series of punctates. The site was excavated by the University of Nebraska and the collection was donated to the Kansas Historical Society in 1987.


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