Several significant unpainted Mississippian pottery vessels are in the Hampson Museum State Park in Wilson, Arkansas.







Bell Plain bird effigy bowl (see Morse 1973: Figure 7h).







Man cradling a food bowl from the Brown site in st. francis Co., Arkansas. Hathcock (1976: specimen no. 473) reports the vessel as 4.75 inches high and 6.5 inches in diameter.







Another view of the same vessel.







Hooded bottle form with an animal face (oppossum?) on the reverse of the hood.







Bowl decorated with a rim adornment in the form of a Woodduck.







Shell tempered pottery bottle form with applied mask-like medallions.







Pottery bowl with animal/monster head rim adornment.







Hooded bottle form with human face effigy on the hood.







Kneeling hunchback woman out of Bell Plain paste from Upper Nodena (see Morse 1973: Figure 5b).







Bell Plain human effigy rattle-head bowl with finely executed feataures and a headdress indicated on the back of the head from Upper Nodena (see Morse 1973: Figure 5e).







Another view of the same.







Face details of same.







Rhodes Incised bottle form.







Rhodes Incised jar form..







Pottery bowl effigy in shape of Conch shell.







Rhodes Incised bottle form.







Plain shell tempered jar.







Sunfish effigy jar.







Jar effigy in the form of a frog or turtle.







Bowl decorated with a rim adornment in the form a long neck bird with a stepped tail appendage. Morse (1973:figure 7i) reports that the vessel is from the Upper Nodena site.







Pottery bowl with Cat Monster rim adornment.







Hooded bottle form in the shape of a squatting woman who bears a "weeping eye" design as facial scarification.







Walls Engraved Shell tempered pottery bottle with fine designed resembling snakes.







Double jar joined with a strap.




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