FROG EFFIGY PIPE
This effigy frog pipe is reported to have been discovered during the excavation of Craig Mound. It was originally published in the June 7, 1936 issue of the Daily Oklahoman. At least five frog pipes are reported to have been found on the Spiro Mound site. Brown describes them as a relatively common Mississippian pipe form. The style of this pipe indicates that it may have been made in the Cahokia Mounds area. The frog is sitting on a platform which is a common feature on other Cahokia style pipes. This pipe is made of flint clay.