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A.D. 1200 to 1650
The Sandusky culture is a Late Prehistoric group that occupied portions of northwestern Ohio. It is distinguished from other Late Prehistoric societies mainly by distinctive kinds of pottery.
The Sandusky culture is named for the Sandusky River.
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