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"Frog Effigy Pipe", Cahokia style, Missouri flint clay, Mississippian culture, found in the Craig Mound at the Sprio Site in Oklahoma. The style of this pipe indicates that it may have been made in the Cahokia Mounds area. The frog is sitting on a platform which is a common feature on other Cahokia style pipes.

"Frog Effigy Pipe", Cahokia style, Missouri flint clay, Mississippian culture, found in the Craig Mound at the Sprio Site in Oklahoma. The style of this pipe indicates that it may have been made in the Cahokia Mounds area. The frog is sitting on a platform which is a common feature on other Cahokia style pipes.

Spiro Mounds Artifacts | Reproductions of Mississippian culture copper ceremonial items found at Spiro Mounds in Oklahoma

Spiro Mounds Artifacts | Reproductions of Mississippian culture copper ceremonial items found at Spiro Mounds in Oklahoma

Pre Columbian Etowah Mississippian culture stone effigy figure - Upper Tenn/Lower Ohio Valley - approximately 1000 yrs old - 13 1/2" tall

Pre Columbian Etowah Mississippian culture stone effigy figure - Upper Tenn/Lower Ohio Valley - approximately 1000 yrs old - 13 1/2" tall

Navajo Rug, Native American Vintage Navajo Rug/Weaving, ca 1960's #498

Navajo Rug, Native American Vintage Navajo Rug/Weaving, ca 1960's #498

"Bostrom Pipe", Mississippian culture, Missouri flint clay pipe, 5.25" long by 4.125" wide by 4.125" tall, discovered in Madison County, Illinois in 1955 on a blufftop ritual/mortuary site overlooking Cahokia Creek located several miles upstream from Cahokia Mounds. A large figure cradling a smaller figure in its arms. It may represent an adoption ritual. The larger figure represents a Cahokia personage and the small figure a Tennessee-Cumberland depiction as suggested by the rolled hair…

"Bostrom Pipe", Mississippian culture, Missouri flint clay pipe, 5.25" long by 4.125" wide by 4.125" tall, discovered in Madison County, Illinois in 1955 on a blufftop ritual/mortuary site overlooking Cahokia Creek located several miles upstream from Cahokia Mounds. A large figure cradling a smaller figure in its arms. It may represent an adoption ritual. The larger figure represents a Cahokia personage and the small figure a Tennessee-Cumberland depiction as suggested by the rolled hair…

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