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The musket ball was one-third of the ingredients used to make ammunition. Follow on Instagram.
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The Catalogue: Transfer-Print Wares on American Artifacts Blog
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The Catalogue: Woodland Period Pottery on American Artifacts Blog
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How does one interpret this artifact? Was this a fashionable pendant?  Did it have ceremonial value? Was it simply used for trade?
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As for 19th century bone toothbrushes, cattle femurs were preferred for their strength and ability to withstand moisture. Follow on Instagram
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in 3D: Moundville Engraved Vessel (3D)- Tuscaloosa, AL
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in 3D: Elongated Bowl (3D)- Tallahassee, FL
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in 3D: Dan River Phase Pottery- Henry County, VA (3D)
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Quite a challenge examining 700 year old pottery from . Very fragile, but still good data for !
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