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This rim sherd was recovered from 14DP1318, the Cedar Creek site, in Doniphan County. They were donated to the Kansas Historical Society in 1925. The rim sherd is shell tempered with a small strap handle molded directly onto the lip and an outflaring rim. The zoned decoration consists of opposed diagonals with a slash punctate border. This type of decoration is similar to Perrot Punctate pottery from Wisconsin or Correctionville Trailed pottery from northwest Iowa. The Cedar Creek site was a multicomponent site, having both Kansas City Hopewell and Nebraska Aspect/Upper Republican occupations. The site had the remains of at least one house.

Date: 1100-1450 CE

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Item Number: 446519
KSHS Identifier: DaRT ID: 446519

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