Frequency and Dating of White Clay Tobacco Pipes from a Trash Pit at Abell's Wharf, Maryland
Author(s): Michael E. Humphries
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Frequency and Dating of White Clay Tobacco Pipes from a Trash Pit at Abell's Wharf, Maryland. Michael E. Humphries. Occasional Pape ,1. Colton Point, Maryland: St. Clement's Island and Potomac River Museum. 1977 ( tDAR id: 174541)
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min long: -76.874; min lat: 37.888 ; max long: -76.201; max lat: 38.514 ;
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NADB citation id number(s): 000000081100