Tubular Pipe (Other Keyword)

Tubular Pipes

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The Antiquities of Tennessee and the Adjacent States and the State of Aboriginal Society in the Scale of Civilization Represented by Them (1890)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Gates P. Thruston.

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A Ceremonial Pipe (1969)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Amos J. Wright, Jr.. Roger Yates.

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A Ceremonial Tubular Pipe (1974)
DOCUMENT Citation Only William Pendleton.

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EXAMINATION OF PIPE RESIDUE FOR EVIDENCE OF BOTANICS (2004)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Linda Scott Cummings.

A tubular pipe recovered from a house floor in the Umpqua Basin was submitted to PaleoResearch Institute for removal of residue on the interior of the pipe and subsequent microscopic examination in an effort to identify botanics burned or smoked in the pipe. The site (350061) is located along the North Umpqua River.