Animation of the Day: Native Pipe from Jamestown’s “John Smith” Well

by Bernard K. Means, Director of the Virtual Curation Laboratory (VCL)

1169_john_smith_well_pipeToday’s animation is a native-made pipe recovered archaeologically by Jamestown Rediscovery from the “John Smith” well and therefore dates between 1608 and 1610. It was scanned on March 5, 2014, by the VCL’s Digital Curation Specialist Lauren  Volkers at the Jamestown Rediscovery laboratory.  More details about a recent scanning trip to Jamestown Rediscovery is present at our companion site for the Virtual Curation Laboratory.

Lauren Volkers examines the pipe as it is b eing scanned.

Lauren Volkers examines the pipe as it is being scanned.

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