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From New Discoveries at Jamestown: Site of the First Successful English Settlement in America, by John L. Cotter and J. Paul Hudson. Washington, D.C.: United States Department of the Interior, 1957.

Date created
1957
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Source
Original image housed by Project Gutenberg eBooks

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Black and white photograph of a trammel found in an excavation of the colonial Jamestown settlement.

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The trammel in this photograph was found in an excavation at the site of colonial Jamestown in Virginia. The photo was originially published in the National Park Service publication New Discoveries at Jamestown: Site of the First Successful English Settlement in America, with the caption: “A wrought-iron trammel used for hanging a pot from a fireplace crane. The adjustable hook made it possible to raise or lower the pot.”