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These four pipe fragments were recovered during 1995 archeological investigations at a farmstead in Chautauqua County. All are made of different colored clays and were manufactured using molds, with some of the mold seams yet visible. One red pipe bowl has partial lettering around the bowl. Three of the pipes were smoked prior to breaking as evidenced by visible traces of tobacco residue, called dottle.

Date: 1860-1900

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Item Number: 473343
Call Number: 14CT382
KSHS Identifier: DaRT ID: 473343

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