Animation of the Day: Colonoware Crock Base from Thomas Jefferson’s Poplar Forest

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

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Today’s animation is the base of a colonoware crock base recovered archaeologically at Thomas Jefferson’s Poplar Forest and was scanned in their archaeology laboratory. Colonoware vessels were low-fired earthenwares and were made by the enslaved workers living at this location.

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