Native American Trade Relics
Ca. 1750 - 1820
Discovered: Cherokee & Creek Village, Sites in Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia, Tennessee, South Carolina & North Carolina
Starting at contact with Europeans, Native Americans would trade furs, food and other items for manufactured goods such as knives, axes, beads, cloth and buttons. While being used, the smaller items would break or get lost. These relics are some of those items and were discovered by metal detectorists on former Cherokee & Creek Village sites now private farmland in the Southern U.S.
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SKU: Native American Trade Relics Display
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