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Acworth Plain


Defined by Carl Miller at the Guess site (9CO82) as part of his 1949 Allatoona Reservoir Survey. This type was never actually published, has not been used by any other person, and is not recommended for use at all. Named after the town of Acworth. Possible prototype of the Deptford Series. Said to be associated with Mossy Oak Simple Stamped and Dunlap Fabric Marked.

Sorting Criteria

Plain Sand/grit tempered pottery usually either in the shape of a cazuela bowl or globular jar. Smoothed on interior and exterior.

Geographical Range
Northern Georgia near Lake Allatoona.
Chronological Range
Early Woodland.
Surface Treatment