Woodland Period 'Native America Indian' Grinding Stone 007382

Woodland Period 'Native America Indian' Grinding Stone 007382
Woodland Period 'Native America Indian' Grinding Stone
Woodland Period, circa 1000 BC - 800 AD. Stone, 615 grams; 116 mm. A rare grinding stone used in the food preparation process, and for smoothing animal hides. It was made from 'Sand Stone' in the North American Woodland period. This antiquity was collected from extensive farmland in Sweetwater County, Wyoming, USA, over a period of about three decades. This area later became the homelands of the Shoshone and Arapaho tribes. Very Fine condition. Provenance: from the old Sweetwater collection.

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