Part of the Iroquoian Ceramic Data project
The author received an Arthur C. Parker grant ($700) in 1982 to study the Silverheels material. This research was conducted in1983 and the final report uploaded here was completed in 1987. It was never published.
The author now feels that early 17th century "Seneca-style" ceramics, i.e. those with applique on the collar (Genoa Frilled, Seneca Barbed, etc.) form a horizon style throughout the Northeast. It seems unlikely this is the result of the relocation of women from the Seneca region.
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Silverheels Manuscript. 1987 ( tDAR id: 376224) ; doi:10.6067/XCV88W3CJK
min long: -79.118; min lat: 42.135 ; max long: -77.124; max lat: 43.297 ;
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