Happy #museumweek! For Monday's food theme, we highlight a #19thcentury fork equipped with a third resting "tine" recovered the East Cabin at Andrew Jackson's The Hermitage plantation #museumweek #foodmw #antiquecutlery #silverware #museumlife #twotines #ingenuity @7thpresident A post shared by DAACS … Continue reading 19th Century Fork- Hermitage Plantation, TN
#ArtifactOfTheWeek: Ceramic pot made around 1550 by a St. Lawrence Iroquoian, that would have been used for cooking food #CdnHistory pic.twitter.com/oFNj7kfoL1 — Museum of History (@CanMusHistory) June 11, 2017 Support American Archaeology Follow – Like – ReTweet – Pin – … Continue reading Contact Era Iroquoian Pot- Museum of History, Canada
🐠??? 🐠!!! #redclaytobaccopipe #archaeology #artifact #heywardwashington #charlestonarchaeology #charleston #history A post shared by Sarah E. Platt (@saraheplatt) on Jun 7, 2017 at 7:05am PDT Support American Archaeology Follow – Like – ReTweet – Pin – ReGram Continue reading Fish Clay Pipe- Charleston Museum, SC
Happy May 29th from the P. M. Pringle Collection via the Case Collection! pic.twitter.com/zWUU0Tor3y — Sust Archaeology MIP (@SustArchMIP) May 29, 2017 Submit to American Artifacts firstname.lastname@example.org Follow American Artifacts TWITTER AND INSTAGRAM Continue reading Lithic Tools- Darling’s Point, Canada
This transfer print plate is one of the #digmontpelier lab crew's favorite artifacts going into the new #meredistinction exhibit. It's just one of the nearly 100 different transferware vessels recovered from the South Yard. You can see a few dozen … Continue reading Mended Transfer-Print- Montpelier, VA
Excerpt from Object Record- The bottle is part of a wooden medical chest (.991) with a handle on each side and a drawer at the bottom. An inscription on the top of the chest reads: “Presented by the City of … Continue reading Medicinal Bottle & Contents- Amer. Civil War Mus.,VA
Conical glass lamp (KM 5930) with bone dice. Archival photo (5.3012) shows dice inside cup. Found in courtyard B121K/House C84#KMA200 pic.twitter.com/re81IEgXBz — Kelsey Museum (@kelseymuseum) May 9, 2017 Submit to American Artifacts email@example.com Follow American Artifacts TWITTER AND INSTAGRAM Continue reading Lamp and Dice- Kelsey Museum, MI
Bone awls and perhaps fasteners (pins) from the [Joseph] Boyle site in the former Beverly Twp., Wentworth Co. < Wood Collection. #HamOnt pic.twitter.com/o2qfXvuOzR — Sust Archaeology MIP (@SustArchMIP) April 25, 2017 Follow American Artifacts on TWITTER AND INSTAGRAM for more … Continue reading Bone Awls- Ontario, Canada
UWAR ARTIFACT OF THE WEEK!!!!!!
This historic metal bucket was found in Fremont County at the Olge 5 site (48FR1185), a multicomponent archaeological site in the middle of Wyoming with both prehistoric and historic artifacts. Historic artifacts that were important for dating the site and that were considered “rare” were collected, including this bucket. Upon reviewing the collected historic artifacts, such as tools and bones, it was determined that this site was once a sheepherder’s camp, either in the late 19th or early 20th centuries. This metal pail was one of the largest artifacts found at this site and is marked with the word “STERLING,” which could help trace the manufacturing origin of this bucket. Other important tools on this site including a salt can, tobacco can, and milk can were also collected. In what ways do you think that this bucket could have been used at the camp?
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Excerpt- As it turns out, this blurriness is not due to a manufacturing error or the effects of the elements, rather it is a decorative style known as “flow blue.” The name refers to the blue glaze that “flowed” as … Continue reading Flow Blue Ceramics- MSU Campus, MI
Excerpt- After World War II, toy cap guns became popular and one of the largest cap gun manufacturers was Nichols. The company started in 1946 by two brothers out of Texas and continued producing toy cap guns until 1965. This … Continue reading Toy Cap Gun- Snake Road Site, FL