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These manos were collected from 14SH302 and donated to the Kansas Historical Society in 1956. Manos are the upper, hand-held millstone used in conjunction with a flat grinding slab for grinding foods and pigments. These also have scars on their surfaces from contact with farm machinery. Site 14SH302 is the possible location of American Chief's Village, the smallest of three Kansa Indian Villages in Shawnee County.

Date: 1831-1848

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Item Number: 508525
Call Number: 14SH302 56.72.34 & .35 Freed donation
KSHS Identifier: DaRT ID: 508525

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