Pipe

Native American (Lenape, Proto-Munsee)
Prehistoric
about 1340


Object Place: Between Matamoras and Dingman's Ferry, Pennsylvania, United States, Upper Delaware Valley

Dimensions

2.54 x 6.67 cm (1 x 2 5/8 in.)

Accession Number

1993.618

Medium or Technique

Earthenware

Not On View

Collections

Americas

Classifications

Earthenware

Simple elbow-shaped pipe.

Provenance

1962, excavated on the property of Marie Zimmermann (36-Pi-14), in the area of the proposed Tocks Island Reservoir between Matamoras and Dingman's Ferry, Pennsylvania and acquired by Lyman Vandermark (b. 1909 - d. 1978), Port Jervis, NY [see note]; sold by Vandermark's widow to Glenn Del Gaizo, Stockholm, NJ; 1993, sold by Glenn Del Gaizo to the MFA. (Accession Date: October 27, 1993)

NOTE: This excavation, led by Lenape Chapter 12 of the Society for Pennsylvania Archaeology, is discussed by David J. Werner, "The Zimmermann Site: 36-Pi-14," in Archeology in the Upper Delaware Valley, by W. Fred Kinsey, III (Harrisburg, PA, 1972), pp. 55-130. Lyman Vandermark assisted at the site.

Credit Line

American Decorative Arts Curator's Fund