Wythe Ware

Period: Late Woodland Defining Attributes: Wythe Ware is a Late Woodland sandtempered pottery with mainly knotted net, cord, corn cob, and plain surfaces. Interior scraped marks remain on many of the sherds. […]

Smyth Ware

Period: Late Woodland Defining Attributes: Smyth Ware is a Late Woodland soapstone tempered pottery with net, corn cob, plain and scraped surfaces. Punctations, criss-crossing incisions, and gashes are rare decoration. Chronology: Holland estimated […]

Selden Island Ware

Period: Early Woodland Defining Attributes: Selden Island is an Early Woodland ware characterized by steatite temper and a cord-marked exterior. Chronology: Early Woodland, 1000 to 500 BCE. A radiometric date of 1005 +/-90 […]

Marcey Creek

Period: Early Woodland Defining Attributes: Marcey Creek is an Early Woodland ware characterized by crushed steatite temper, rough and unevenly smoothed exterior and interior surfaces. Vessels have a flat base with a […]