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Culture:Native American; American Indian; Ancestral Pueblo
Title:Corn husk and pottery fragments
Date Made:100-1600 CE
Type:Food Service; Household Accessory
Materials:Earthenware and corn husk
Place Made:North America; United States; Colorado; Mesa Verde
Measurements:Overall: 5/16 in x 2 in x 1 1/4 in; .8 cm x 5.1 cm x 3.2 cm
Accession Number:  MH 7.F.M
Credit Line:Collected by Louise Dickinson (Class of 1893) Given thru Miss Randolph
Museum Collection:  Mount Holyoke College Art Museum

Missionary Cabinet. Two pieces of pottery from seemlingly different pots. Smaller fragment is black with a brown geometiric design. Larger fragment is a gray corrugated piece. Also a corn husk. From Spruce Tree House, Cliff Dwellings, Mesa Verde, Colorado.

ancient; archaeology; Native American; indigenous people

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