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native american nut crushing stone

Nutting stone. Object number – 08151-JR. Material – Sandstone. Place of Origin – Virginia. Date – c. 1607-1610. Context – East Bulwark. Location – Archaearium. Category – Foodways, Virginia Indian. This sandstone block was found in the east bulwark trench while another was found in the first well dug by the colonists in James Fort in 1608 and filled in 1610.

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