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A heat-hardened, compacted, red or pink clay stone used by Native American peoples for making tobacco pipes.


(Geological Science) a variety of consolidated red clay used by Native Americans to make tobacco pipes



a reddish argillaceous stone used by North American Indians for making tobacco pipes.
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Pipestone Quarry LLC has acquired the Pipestone Quarry, 20 miles east of Butte, Mont.
After the unveiling of the museum cornerstone and naming of the Powell Path at the Pipestone Creek site, the day culminates in the Amber Ball Grand Celebration, starting at 6:00pm at the Entrec Centre in Grande Prairie.
As part of its move to reduce costs and migrate to an electronic payroll environment, Pipestone is using the BlazePays Prepaid card (http://www.
Juhl Energy of Pipestone, MN provided development support services.
This study helped validate that the virus was alive in the feed," Scott Dee, director of research for Pipestone Veterinary Clinic in Minnesota and lead author of the study, told Reuters.
The Pipestone Quarry is located in the Western part of Minnesota in the area inhabited by the Dakota or Santee Sioux during the post reservation period.
Led by Phil Bell of the Pipestone Creek Dinosaur Initiative in Canada, the researchers investigated the abdominal contents of two specimens of Sinocalliopteryx gigas, a small carnivorous dinosaur from China.
University of Alberta paleontologists, working with researchers from the Pipestone Creek Dinosaur Initiative in Alberta and the Chinese Academy of Geological Sciences, examined two skeletons of the extinct wolf-sized predator
Chapters are devoted to specific schools including Carlisle, Haskell, Chilocco, Pipestone, Chemawa, and Phoenix.
Juhl Wind is based in Pipestone, Minnesota and is traded on the OTCBB under the symbol JUHL.
In July, two canoeists found human bones on the banks of Pipestone Creek near Moosomin.
Among their topics are the exploitation and distribution of Chalosse type flint as a lithologic tracer during the Upper Palaeolithic in Southern France, conserving ancient stone quarry landscapes in Egypt, Dorset Palaeo-eskimo quarrying techniques and the production of little pots at Fleur de Lys in Newfoundland, the organization of lithic procurements at Silver Mound in Wisconsin, and pipestone quarry utilization in the mid-continental US.