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19 Dec

Description: Cylindrical can with stamped ends and a double or lapped side seam. That term is best used for cans with a filler hole and no vent hole in the cap. Also known as matchstick filler and hole-in-top cans.

Function: Fruit/vegetable How to record: No need to measure instead note that the can is single serve if less than 5 inches in diameter or multi-serve if more than 5 inches in diameter. Date Range: 1904-present Resources for dating: Description: Cylindrical can with double rolled end seams and an double or interlocking side seam. Note: Aluminum top or soft top beverage cans are not the same. Date Range: 1935-1970s Resources for dating: Description: Cylindrical can with double rolled end seams and an internally rolled side seam.Priscilla Wegars (volunteer curator), Asian American Comparative Collection, Laboratory of Anthropology, University of Idaho.Electronic document, in the Southern Oregon University Laboratory of Anthropology and made available by Southern Oregon University Hannon Library. Webpage Address: This web page is not an archaeology-based source of information.The workshop will focus on how to recognize the most common tin can types and how to identify their chronologically diagnostic characteristics.The workshop will also cover how to use data gathered from the analysis of tin cans to interpret a site.