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Object ID 6486-7
Object Name Pipe, Trade
Count 1
Description Molded ceramic; dark brown. Stub-stemmed; raised bowl rim and stem rim; mold seams.

See Reid, C. S. "Paddy". "Clay Pipes in the Upper Great Lakes: The Ermatinger Assemblage." Northeast Historical Archaeology, Vol 5, No. 1-2, 1976, p. 6, Fig 6, 7f. (American-made pipes, major areas of manufacture were Ohio and Virginia, widely traded before 1850, widespread in the American west by the 1850s).
Material Ceramic
Year Range from 1800
Year range to 1900
Dimensions H-3.6 W-2.3 L-3.7 cm
Culture American
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