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American Artifacts Blog May 19
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We're gearing up for the weekend here in the archaeology lab!
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American Artifacts Blog May 18
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American Artifacts Blog May 18
Fork- Antietam National Battlefield, MD (3D)
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American Artifacts Blog May 17
Decorative Pipe Bowl by on . Incised lines & roulettes were early motifs on exported tobacco pipes bowls. By the mid 17th century, decorative elements had expanded to reliefs, stamps and molds to distinguish European manufacturers.
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American Artifacts Blog May 13
Woodland Pottery: Cordmarked Pottery- Pisgah National Forest, NC
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American Artifacts Blog May 13
Woodland Pottery: Early Woodland Vessel- Quebec, Canada
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American Artifacts Blog May 13
Woodland Pottery: Dan River Phase Pottery- Henry County, VA (3D)
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American Artifacts Blog May 12
Replying to @Parker_NSF_REU @NSF
Awesome! Similar buttons have recently been found in Maryland and Indiana. Can you determine the letter stamped on the shield?
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American Artifacts Blog May 12
The Catalogue: Woodland Period Pottery
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Knee Buckle Mackinac State Historic Park, MI
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American Artifacts Blog May 11
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American Artifacts Blog May 10
Hostetter's Stomach Bitters Bottle- Fort Smith, AR
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American Artifacts Blog May 9
Fork- Antietam National Battlefield, MD (3D)- This particular fork style, would be the last of its era. By the mid to late 19th century, nickle-plated flatware was preferred for its low costs and etched motifs.
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American Artifacts Blog May 9
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