CLAY PIPES FOUND IN CONFEDERATE CAMP

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Item Code: 282-393

These three clay pipes were recovered from the fire pits at the Confederate camp in Camden, Arkansas. Each pipe has a leaf design on the bowl. One pipe bowl has an image of a Civil War soldier and a lady in period dress on the sides.   [sm]

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