Talcott Falls Sherd Images
Part of the Iroquoian Ceramic Data project
The first photo scanned of sherds from Harvard Peabody was produced for Earl Sidler in the early 1970's. Sidler was then a grad student at SUNY/Buffalo. This photo was probably made by Gordon Schmahl. The remaining photos were done by Robert Weber in 1967. The last photo is of a ceramic pipe. Weber was also a grad student at SUNY/Buffalo and these photos were likely done in the NYS Museum. All these photos are in the Sidler Collection, now in the posession of Tim Abel of Jefferson Co.
Cite this Record
Talcott Falls Sherd Images. 2012 ( tDAR id: 376097) ; doi:10.6067/XCV8Z31XWN
min long: -79.118; min lat: 42.135 ; max long: -77.124; max lat: 43.297 ;
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