|The ceramics from N40E35 scarp
From left to right, top row: The rim of a flow blue transfer-print plate c. 1835 was found in the same scarp as the polychrome earthenware from the early twentieth century; the painted pearlware plate dating to 1820-1825; and the American banded slipware fragment (slipwares are largely eighteenth-century ceramics but were made throughout the first quarter of the nineteenth century).
The potsherd in the bottom row is also from that scarp, representing half the top of a pearlware ginger jar. Though most ginger jars were painted blue, this one is painted brown and was probably made in England.
|The ceramics from N36E35 Unit 3|
From left to right, top row: A flow blue pearlware transfer-print plate rim; a potsherd of blue transfer print in a floral design; and a potsherd of blue non-floral transfer print
2nd row: A fragment of blue painted pearlware (ca. 1820); blue transfer-print pearlware; a fragment of flow blue transfer print; and a fragment of blue painted pearlware.
Bottom row: A piece of red glazed wheel-turned stoneware and a piece of glazed redware