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Large stone bird-effigy pipes were apparently popular in the ancient native trade network. They have been found in Alabama, Tennessee, Virginia, Ohio, Indiana, and Illinois. These pipes were produced by the Copena people in the central Tennessee River Valley, in A.D. 200 - 400. The art style seems to have been the result of influence from the earlier Havana culture in the Early Woodland Period.
length 12.75 in ; depth 2.25 in ; width 7.5 in