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One quarter of the rim to a large pottery vessel with handle recovered by J. Mett Shippee from the "deep pit in the house." Weight 166.5 grams. Wall thickness ranges from 4.7 mm to 7.6 mm. Interior diameter of the handle is 20.4 mm.



Large rimsherd with trailed decoration recovered by J. Mett Shippee from the "deep pit in the house." This was one of 7 pottery vessels recovered from the floor and pits feature by Akers - this sherd was given to Shippee. Weight 194.4 grams and wall thickness ranging from 5.1 to 6.7 mm.



Rimsherd labelled "Hopewell" by J. Mett Shippee. Cross hatched incised decoration. Thickness ranges 5.7 to 6.9 mm; weight = 5.6 grams.



Shell tempered pottery sherd with incised/trailed decoration. Thickness ranges 4.7 to 5.6 mm; weight = 6.8 grams.



Rimsherd with incised decoration. Thickness ranges 6.0 to 6.6 mm; weight = 13.1 grams.



Bodysherd with incised/trailed decoration. Thickness ranges 5.1 to 8.5 mm; weight = 16.0 grams.



Rimsherd. Thickness ranges 5.9 to 6.3 mm; weight = 11.8 grams.




Steed Kisker Phase Incised Rimsherd with shell temper. Thickness = 8 to 10 cm. Weight = 27.1 grams.


Steed Kisker Phase Incised Rimsherd with shell temper. Thickness = 6 to 7 cm. Weight = 16.9 grams.




Nebraska Phase (?) loop handle with mica temper. Thickness = 6 to 8 mm. Weight = 26.1 grams.




Nebraska Phase rimsherd with cordmarking. Thickness = 8 to 10 mm. Weight = 52.9 grams.


Nebraska Phase rimsherd. Thickness = 5 to 8 mm. Weight = 25.4 grams.


Renner Cross Hatched rimsherd. Thickness = 7 mm. Weight = 16.7 grams.

Renner rocker marked and stamped rimsherd. Thickness = 7 mm. Weight = 28.7 grams.