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This pipe fragment was recovered from a farmstead in Chautauqua County during excavations by Kansas Historical Society archeologists. The pipe is manufactured of clay in a two-part mold (mold seams visible) and was decorated with a series of diagonal lines. The site had multiple occupations, what archeologists call a multicomponent site, dating from the Early Ceramic period (2000 to 1000 years ago) to the first half of the 20th century. This pipe dates to the latter occupation.

Date: 1880-1910

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Item Number: 508106
Call Number: 14CT347-1813 & 14CT347-1814
KSHS Identifier: DaRT ID: 508106

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