Archaeological Finds of the Sauk Village (2) | University of Illinois Archives
Arrangement of artifacts found at the Sauk Indian Village dig site with a caption on the back that reads, "Angle pipes at top were Indian made from pipestone, partly carved blocks of which are in second row.Â Clay pipes at right were brought in by traders, as was "tomahawk pipe," large object in bottom row.Â Other items are various pipe bowls."
Geographic Coverage: Sauk Village, Cook County, IL
Found in Box COL 6, Folder COL 6-2 LAS-Anthropology Artifacts and Digs 1947-
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