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Common artifacts: clay pipe fragments

Common artifacts: clay pipe fragments

Photograph of clay pipe fragments found at Occaneechi Town. The Occaneechi smoked tobacco, and possibly other plants. This is reflected by the numerous clay pipe-stem and pipe-bowl fragments that were found. Some of these were made by Native Americans (probably including the Occaneechi) but many were made of English kaolin clay (at bottom) and acquired through trade.

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