Livonia Center, Livingston County, New York; Adams site, Seneca. Native hafting of flint knife: The pointed end of the knife blade is inserted in a slot cut in the pine wood handle and cemented with pitch. It is warpped wihta splint that is anchored at
Honeoye, Ontario County, New York; Honeoye site, Seneca. A wooden ladle with its handle carved to represent a man wearing a bear maks on the back of his head. Chas Wray, 1750-1779. Dimensions: 11 cm. x 7.5 cm.
Honeoye Falls, Monroe County, New York; Dann site, Seneca. A fragment of leather, possibly clothing materical, painted with black and red to represent a triangle with serrated base. Dimensions: 7 cm. x 5 cm. Chas Wray, 1660-1675.
Mendon, Monroe County, New York; Rochester Junction site, Seneca. The flooring remains of a disturbed burial, consisting of a bottom layer of bark covered by animal fur and non native trade blanket. Chas Wray, 1675-1687. Dimensions: 18cm. x 16 cm.
Livonia Center, Livingston County, New York; Adams site, Seneca. "September Morn" comb: A six tooth comb (reworked to five teeth) depicting a female in the September Morn position. The comb is carved from moose antler as is stained green from the associa