19th Century 19th Century 19th Century 18th Century
East Cooper East Cooper East Cooper East Cooper
160 1800 - 1850 402 1825 - 1875 120 1730 - 1770 114 1820 - 1875 147 1825 - 1875 704 1825 - 1875 145 1825 - 1900
Edmundsbury Childsbury, Cooper R. Childsbury, Cooper R. Willtown, Edisto R. Mepkin, Cooper R. Mepkin, Cooper R. Mepkin, Cooper R.
115 Clay Pipe 1700 - 1789 159 Clay Pipe 1750 - 1820 904 Clay Pipe 1800 - 1850
Willtown Bluff, Edisto River Edmundsbury Ashepoo River Edmundsbury, Ashepoo River.
For more detailed information on the items below consult the website of "South Carolina Artifact Documentation Project" at:
Clay pipes were one of the first pipes that become popular throughout the world. Other forms came before, but the clay pipe took the taverns by storm. Clay pipes make great tasting pipes because a cake is never formed, after each smoke simply wipe out the bowl and the next smoke tastes brand new. Once a clay gets dirty simply put it in with the wood in a fireplace and it will come out perfectly clean.
Identify clay pipes by shape and design from pages 36 & 38 at :
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