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    possible clay pottery fragment

    I was searching some fields in West TN and found quite a bit of point fragments, a hammer stone and a piece of what appears to me to be clay pottery all in a 50 foot area. I know nothing about pottery so I'm hoping someone can help me identify it. This is a family farm that we have found many points but this appears to be where someone was knapping and the stone clearly shows the worn area in the middle. Many of the fragments were in groups. This is a hill that is washing away on a family farm next to a river.The complete point picture was found a few years ago by my brother about 100 yards from this spot. Thanks in advance for any help.

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    Your pottery looks glazed which would not be Native made. The point is real nice!

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    Banjo Man

    May 2019
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    Quote Originally Posted by Indian Steve View Post
    Your pottery looks glazed which would not be Native made. The point is real nice!
    Yes and it also has features that indicate it was turned on a potters wheel.

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