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Colonial Pipe, 14 (artifact image), from A History of Central Florida: Podcast, Episode 11: Tobacco Pipes. Episode 11 features a discussion of the use of tobacco pipes by Precolumbian Native Americans in Central Florida, particular the Timucua.
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Colonial Pipe, 14, from A History of Central Florida: Podcast, Episode 11: Tobacco Pipes
A History of Central Florida: Podcast, Episode 11: Tobacco Pipes
"Colonial Pipe, 14" (2014). All Museum Images. Image 109.
Episode 11; Tobacco Pipes; Early tobacco practices; Pre-Columbian Indians; Ritual practice; Religious practice; Sacred herb; Platform pipes; Stone pipes; Trade pipes; Elbow pipes; Evolution of pipe design; Clay pipes; Queen Victoria pipes; Philosopher pipes; George Washington pipes; Pierce pipes; Grant pipes; Mass consumerism; Native Americans; Artifacts; Central Florida; Relationship between the Europeans and the Indians