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  • Pamplin Clay Tobacco Pipes Museum of Anthropology

    Pamplin Clay Tobacco Pipes Clay tobacco pipes are a common artifact type found in historic Euro-American archaeological sites. These inexpensive and disposable items were generally manufactured, used, and thrown away within a very short span of time, and individual styles can often be traced to specific manufacturer and period of production.

  • Update E: Exploring Early Industry at the Pamplin Pipe

    In Central Virginia, near Appomattox, sits the small town of Pamplin, home to the Pamplin Pipe Factory Preserve, a Conservancy owned preserve since 2010. The site contains the remains of, what was at one time, the largest production facility of clay tobacco pipes in the world.

  • Clay Tobacco Pipes

    Pipemaking continued at Pamplin until 1951 (French). Below is a portion of The Trappers Bride by Alfred Jacob Miller, 1837, showing what appears to be a Pamplin clay pipe. Today there are no commercial sources of gin-pressed clay pipes. Slip-poured clay pipes in the old patterns are available to reenactors.

  • Kaolin-Clay-Trade-Pipes - Peach State Archaeological Society

    In Virginia the Pamplin Pipe Factory, located in Pamplin City, Appomattox County, VA. is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Its history dates back to the Appomatucks Indians and their cottage industry of clay pipes. The first major industry in Appomattox was the Pamplin Smoking Pipe Manufacturing Company. Established in 1878, this factory manufactured clay pipes for over 70 years before closing in 1951.

  • Clay Tobacco Pipes produced at Point Pleasant, Ohio

    The Akron Clay Smoking Pipe Company purchased the Peterson operation at the turn of the century. During this period, Peterson, of Point Pleasant, Ohio, was sub-contracted to help fill pipe orders similar to the Pamplin, Virginia, reed stem pipe styles. The Akron Smoking Pipe Company of Ohio also owned a plant in Pamplin from 1890 to 1920, and produced Pamplin type pipes during that time period. Note the different pipe styles below, including sample AH.

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