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Discoveries from the hands and desks of North American Archaeologists.
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Slate was commonly used as a writing tool well before it was quarried, cut & framed into modern-day blackboard. See examples from  and .
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Replying to @CraigNCipolla
What were the files used for?
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Replying to @BlackCreekNews
We featured a series of can openers from PA on our website:
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Is this image linkable to a digital catalog?
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Check out our first 3D artifact scan , a bird effigy head from a Fort Walton period (Mississippian) pot. How about those 👀? The darker parts are eroded- artifact was found on a beach many years ago.
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American Artifacts Blog Oct 19
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American Artifacts Blog Oct 16
The shape and material were ideal for chemically compounded substances, unlike stoppers made of cork and rubber. Revisit Perfume Bottle Stoppers- Louisville, KY on American Artifacts Blog
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American Artifacts Blog Oct 15
Prior to the use of steam power in the 1830s, the early minting process included women "adjusters" to shave down overweight, blank coins. See examples of coinage from four U.S. Archaeologists on .
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American Artifacts Blog Oct 15
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