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Description: Woman's Work, Sewing, Weaving, Preparation of Food, Hopewell Indians of Ohio Classic Burial Mound Stage A.D. 1100-1400. Hall 4, Case 22. West, Installed December 1943.File linkScanner: Lois Moeller : The Field Museum
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Description: scan of catalog cardCatalog Number: 56025.nosubDescription: one box of bone awlsMaterials: boneCultural Attribution: HopewellTime Period: HopewellLocality: North America, USA, Ohio, Ross County, Chillicothe, [Hopewell Mound Group]: Mound 17Accession Number:  World's Columbian Exposition - Department of Ethnology (Gift)Accession Year: 1893Country: United States of AmericaProvince/State: OhioDistrict/County: Ross CountyCollector/Source: World's Columbian Exposition - Department of Ethnology - Department of Ethnology, Warren K. MooreheadEMu IRN: 1424888GUID: 5c91b8b6-1910-460e-adfe-4f53d3bba052
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