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Exploration of a Munsee cemetery near Montague, New Jersey . h. A PENDANT AND FOUR SCRAPERS H EYE-PEP PER—EXPLORATION OF A M UN SEE CEMETERY 75 The pipe above referred to (pi. xn, c) is of pottery, is 6 in. long,and was in two pieces. It is of light-colored ware; the stem isflattish on the upper and lower surfaces, broad near the bowl, andtapers to a rounded point at the mouth-piece. The flaring bowlhas a projecting rim, the lip of which is decorated with a series ofparallel, incised lines. A fragment of another earthenware pipe, not connected witha burial, was found (fig. 22). The stem had be

Exploration of a Munsee cemetery near Montague, New Jersey . h. A PENDANT AND FOUR SCRAPERS H EYE-PEP PER—EXPLORATION OF A M UN SEE CEMETERY 75 The pipe above referred to (pi. xn, c) is of pottery, is 6 in. long,and was in two pieces. It is of light-colored ware; the stem isflattish on the upper and lower surfaces, broad near the bowl, andtapers to a rounded point at the mouth-piece. The flaring bowlhas a projecting rim, the lip of which is decorated with a series ofparallel, incised lines. A fragment of another earthenware pipe, not connected witha burial, was found (fig. 22). The stem had be Stock Photo
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Exploration of a Munsee cemetery near Montague, New Jersey . h. A PENDANT AND FOUR SCRAPERS H EYE-PEP PER—EXPLORATION OF A M UN SEE CEMETERY 75 The pipe above referred to (pi. xn, c) is of pottery, is 6 in. long,and was in two pieces. It is of light-colored ware; the stem isflattish on the upper and lower surfaces, broad near the bowl, andtapers to a rounded point at the mouth-piece. The flaring bowlhas a projecting rim, the lip of which is decorated with a series ofparallel, incised lines. A fragment of another earthenware pipe, not connected witha burial, was found (fig. 22). The stem had been broken and.