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These six drills were recovered from excavations in 1966 at the Lewis site in Pawnee County by Kansas Historical Society archeologists. were used to bore holes in softer materials (hides, shell, or soft stone) than the drill material itself and were made on a variety of chert types. The Lewis site has Pratt Complex (Middle Ceramic period), Smoky Hill aspect (Middle Ceramic period), and Great Bend aspect (Late Ceramic period) occupations.

Date: 1000-1700 CE

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Item Number: 473240
Call Number: 14PA307
KSHS Identifier: DaRT ID: 473240

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