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Wabanaki Pipe Bowl, ca. 1710

Contributed by Kenneth Hamilton through Museums of Old York

Wabanaki Pipe Bowl, ca. 1710

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Tobacco was used for social, religious and political purposes among the Wabanaki prior to the arrival of the Europeans. After the Wabenaki had contact with the Europeans, tobacco quickly became popular as a trade item and recreational drug.

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  • Title: Wabanaki Pipe Bowl, ca. 1710
  • Creation Date: circa 1710
  • Subject Date: circa 1710
  • Media: black stone
  • Local Code: L.2010.7
  • Object Type: Physical Object

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Museums of Old York
P.O. Box 312, York, ME 03909
(207) 363-4974
http://www.oldyork.org

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LC Subject Headings

Tobacco pipes

Other Keywords

Native Americans
Pipes
Religion
Tobacco
Trade
Treaties
Wabanaki

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