Obsidian waste flakes from the Old Monroe site. Left: Found in Feature 209. Accession number 1339. Thickness = 1 mm. Weight = 0.4 grams. Right: Found in excavation unit 492564E in the 0 to 25 cm. below surface zone (plowzone). Weight = 0.3 grams.







Mica Flakes from the Old Monroe site. Accession number 1658-1. No weighed because too light.







Turtle shell rattle found in feature 209 at the Old Monroe site. Accession number 1386-1. Thickness = 2 mm. and weight = 10.6 grams.







Platform pipe (side view and top view) from excavation unit #339-9. The pipe measures 53 mm. in length and is 23 mm wide. The exterior diameter of the pipe bowl is 25 mm and the interior diameter is 15 mm. The depth of the interior smoking chamber is 14 mm. deep. The smoke hole is 3 mm. in diameter. Weight = 30.4 grams.







Broken platform pipe from feature 149 at the Old Monroe Site. Accession number 1136-1. Unbroken length would have been approximately 74 mm. Width is 33 mm. wide. The exterior pipe bowl diameter is 22 mm and the interior pipe bowl diameter is 15 mm. The smoke hole is 3 mm. in diameter. Weight = 32.3 grams.







Broken pipe (missing bowl and 1/3 of platform) found in features F203. Accession number = 1361-1. Unbroken length may have been approximately 90 mm. Weight = 54.3 grams.







Left: Hematite plummet found in feature 312 at the site of Old Monroe. Accession number = 1777-1. Length = 34 mm, width ranges from 8 mm to 12 mm. Weight = 11.1 grams. Middle: Bit of a worked copper celt. It was found in excavation unit 522N554E; level 2 measuring 10 to 20 cm below surface. Accession number 106-1. Wide end measures 37 mm. Thickness = 6 mm. Weight = 21.2 grams. Found of 19 July 1984. Right: Copper bed found in feature 309 at the site of Old Monroe. Assession number 1765-1. Length = 13 mm. Width = 11 mm and interior diameter is 5 mm. Weight = 2.8 grams.