Comanche Water Jug
A vessel for one of life's necessities
American Indians made their tools for daily living from the materials in their natural environment. This water jug is fashioned from the wood of split sumac, willow, and redbud, and then coated with pine pitch to make it waterproof.
Texas Archeological Research Laboratory, The University of Texas at Austin
15 1/2" Length X 12 1/2 Width
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