|The Susquehannock pottery types in chronological order|
|A Schultz incised pot from the Schultz site (36La7).|
|A Washington Boro Incised pot. |
A Strickler Cordmarked pot.
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Herbstritt, James T.
2019 Becoming Susquehannock: The West Branch and North Branch Traditions: in The Susquehannocks: New Perspectives on Settlement and Cultural Identity. Edited by Paul A. Raber. The Pennsylvania State University Press. University Park.
Kent, Barry C.
1984 Susquehanna’s Indians. Anthropological Series, no 6. Harrisburg, Pa. Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission.