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#1 Jan-03-2010 09:37:pm

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Susquehannock Artifacts from Cumberland County New Jersey

From what we understand from Salem Quarter documents these artifacts were probably the possessions of Susquehannock refugees from 5 Nations attacks. The last pot is actually a Riggins Complex pot with Susquehannock designs.


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#2 Mar-07-2015 04:16:pm

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Re: Susquehannock Artifacts from Cumberland County New Jersey

The style of the upper pot is actually "Shultz Incised' which dates it between 1550-1620. The style of pottery was also found at the Romney Site in West Virginia. It is the earliest Susquehannock pottery reported from that river drainage so I imagined there is a good story behind these artifacts.


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