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Coiled Sherds from the High Plains

  • George Metcalf (a1)


Several sherds from western Kansas, probably associated with Upper Republican or Woodland material, are from vessels made by coiling, in contrast to the “noncoiled” or “lump-modeled” technique usually considered characteristic of Plains pottery.



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Gifford, E. W. 1928 Pottery Making in the Southwest. University of California Publications in American Archaeology and Ethnology, Vol. 23, No. 8, pp. 353–79. Berkeley.

Coiled Sherds from the High Plains

  • George Metcalf (a1)


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