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This pipe bowl and three pipe stem fragments were recovered from the surface of the Infinity site in Montgomery County. The pipe stems are all made of white clay, sometimes called pipe or kaolin clay. The pipe bowl is also ceramic and was manufactured using a mold. The Infinity site is a multicomponent site that was occupied periodically from the late Archaic period through the Historic period.

Date: 1800-1900 CE

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Item Number: 457130
Call Number: 14MY305
KSHS Identifier: DaRT ID: 457130

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