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These two ceramic pipe bowls were excavated at an archeological site in Jefferson County. The Hamon site was a Grasshopper Falls phase Early Ceramic period with Valley phase, Sterns Creek and Loseke Creek components (multiple occupations). The site was excavated in 1971 and 1972 by Kansas Historical Society archeologists and volunteers from the Kansas Anthropological Association.

Date: 500-1350 CE

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Ceramic Pipe Fragments from the Hamon Site, 14JF350 - 1

Item Number: 454213
Call Number: 14JF350-286 & -454
KSHS Identifier: DaRT ID: 454213

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