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Shaman Figurine: A figurine, carved from antler, depicting a man holding a mask up to his face and wearing another mask on the back of his head. This most likely represents a shaman or medicine man. Approximate age is from 1575 to 1600. Location - Cameron Site, Lima, New York. Dimensions are 10 cm. by 2 cm.

1973

35mm slide: 14715

20914

Full Record: x-20915/20915

Antler Figurine: An antler figurine carved to represent a man with hands clasped. Approximate age is from 1575 to 1600. Location - Steele Site, East Bloomfield, New York. Dimensions are 8 cm. by 1.5 cm.

1973

35mm slide: 14716

20915

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"September Morn" Figurine: An antler figurine representing a female in the "September Morn" position. Approximate age is from 1635 to 1650. Location - Steele Site, East Bloomfield, New York. Dimensions are 8 cm. by 1.5 cm.

1973

35mm slide: 14717

20916

Full Record: x-20917/20917

Sone Maskette: A miniature false face carved from sandstone. Approximate age is from 1615 to 1635. Location - Cornish Site, West Bloomfield, New York. Dimensions are 4.5 cm. by 2 cm.

1973

35mm slide: 14718

20917

Full Record: x-20918/20918

Red Slate Maskette: A miniature mask carved from red slate. Approximate age is from 1600 to 1625. Dimensions- 2 cm. x 2 cm. Location - Dutch Hollow Site, Avon, New York.

1973

35mm slide: 14719

20918

Full Record: x-20919/20919

Catlinite Maskette: A small miniature mask carved from Minnesota catlinite. The mask has copper ear plugs. Approximate age is from 1750 to 1779. Location - Avon Bridge Site, Avon, New York. Dimensions are 3.5 cm. by 2.5 cm.

1973

35mm slide: 14720

20919

Full Record: x-20920/20920

Shell Maskette: A small mask made of ocean shell with a simple representation of a face. Through the eye hole perforation used for suspension a piece of leather thong is preserved. Approximate age is from 1550 to 1575. Location - Adams Site, Livonia Center, New York. Dimensions are 2.5 cm. by 2.5 cm.

1973

35mm slide: 14721

20920

Full Record: x-20921/20921

Shell Maskette: A face carved from shell representing a miniature mask, with a row of dots serving as the mouth. Approximate age is from 1645 to 1660. Location - Cornish Site, West Bloomfield, New York. Dimensions are 3.5 cm. by 2.5 cm.

1973

35mm slide: 14722

20921

Full Record: x-20922/20922

Shell Maskette: A face carved from shell representing a miniature mask, with a row of dots serving as the mouth. Approximate age is from 1645-1660. Location - Power House Site, Lima, New York. Dimensions are 4 cm. by 2.5 cm.

1973

35mm slide: 14723

20922

Full Record: x-20923/20923

Antler Maskette: A face carved from antler representing a man blowing. Approximate age is from 1600 to 1625. Location - Dutch Hollow Site, Avon, New York. Dimensions are 5 cm. by 4cm.

1973

35mm slide: 14724

20923

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Bone Maskette: A face carved on a deer epiphysis with two perforations on the sides near the top. Approximate age is from 1615 to 1635. Location - Cornish Site, West Bloomfield, New York. Size 3.5 cm. x 3 cm.

1973

35mm slide: 14725

20924

Full Record: x-20926/20926

Antler Maskette: Face of a man blowing, carved from antler. Approximate age is from 1645 to 1660. Location - Power House Site, Lima, New York. Dimensions are 3 cm. by 2 cm.

1973

35mm slide: 14726

20926

Full Record: x-20927/20927

Mask Like Face on Pipe: A mask like representation of a man's face fashioned on a pottery smoking pipe. Approximate age is from 1590 to 1615. Location - Factory Hollow Site, West Bloomfield, New York. Dimensions are 4 cm. by 4 cm.

1973

35mm slide: 14727

20927

Human Skull Rattle: A rattle made from the two sides of a human skull, containing nineteen milky quartz pebbles. Approximate age is from 1550 to 1575. Location - Adams Site, Livonia Center, New York. Dimensions are 11 cm. by 10 cm.

1973

35mm slide: 14728

20928

Full Record: x-20929/20929

Raccoon Os Penis Bones: The os penis bones of the raccoon, which may have served as a fertility symbol. Age is 1550 to 1575. Location - Adams Site, Livonia Center, New York. Average size is 10 cm. in lenth.

1973

35mm slide: 14729

20929

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I.H.S. Ring: The Christian symbol and monogram of Christ was one of the earliest design used on religious rings given by the Jesuit missionaries to the Indians. Approximate age is from 1670 to 1687. Location--Boughton Hill Site, Victor, New York. Dimensions: 1cm by 1cm

1973

35mm slide: 14730

20930

Full Record: x-20931/20931

New York, Victor. Boughton Hill Site. "L" and Heart ring. This is one of the earliest brass religious rings given by the Jesuits to the Indians. The "L" and heart design may have represented the love of King Louis of France. 1670-1687. 1cm by 1cm.

1973

35mm slide: 14731

20931

Full Record: x-20932/20932

New York, Victor. Boughton Hill Site. Hand clasp ring. The hand clasp brass ring is symbolic of friendship, with the crown of France and the Star of Bethlehem appearing above the hands. 1670-1687. 1cm by 1cm

1973

35mm slide: 14732

20932

Full Record: x-20933/20933

New York, Victor. Boughton Hill Site. King Louis ring: A brass ring depicting King Louis holding a fleur-de-lis sceptor and wearing the crown of France. 1670-1687 1cm by 1cm

1973

35mm slide: 14733

20933

Full Record: x-20934/20934

New York, Mendon. Rochester Junction Site. Sorrowful Mother (Pieta) Ring. A brass ring depicting the Virgin Mary mourning over the dead body of Christ. 1675-1687. 1 cm x 1 cm

1973

35mm slide: 14734

20934

Full Record: x-20935/20935

New York, Victor. Boughton Hill Site. Crucifixion Ring. A brass ring showing Christ crucified. 1670-1687. 1cm by 1cm

1973

35mm slide: 14735

20935

Full Record: x-20936/20936

New York, Mendon. Rochester Junction Site. Adoration Ring. A brass ring showing a monk holding a large crucifix in his arms. 1675-1687 1cm by 1cm

1973

35mm slide: 14736

20936

Full Record: x-20937/20937

New York, Victor. Boughton Hill Site. Virgin Mary Ring. A brass ring with the letters "V" and "M" entwined, this being the symbol for the Virgin Mary. 1670-1687. 1cm by 1cm

1973

35mm slide: 14737

20937

Full Record: x-20938/20938

New York, East Bloomfield. Steele Site. A solid brass scapular crucifix depicting Christ crucified on the obverse and the Virgin Mary on the reverse. 1635-1650. 1.8cm by 5.5cm

1973

35mm slide: 14738

20938

Full Record: x-20939/20939

New York, Honeoye Falls. Dann Site. Wood and brass crucifix. A wooden crucifix with a brass corpus of Christ attached to it. The emblem I.R.N.I. (Jesus of Nazareth, King of the Jews) is attached at the top of the cross but the skull and cross bones is missing at the base.

1660-1675.

1973

35mm slide: 14739

20939

Full Record: x-20940/20940

New York, Hopewell. Snyder-McClure Site. Brass crucifixes. Two small solid brass crucifixes, one is perforated for the suspension the other has a loop for suspension. The obverse side is shown with Christ crucified. 1687-1700. Largest is 4.5cm by 2.5cm

1973

35mm slide: 14740

20940

Full Record: x-20941/20941

New York, Hopewell. Snyder-McClure Site. Brass crucifixes. Reverse side of two small brass crucifixes showing the Virgin Mary.

1687-1700. Smallest is 3cm by 2cm

1973

35mm slide: 14741

20941

Full Record: x-20942/20942

New York, Lima. Power House Site. Silver religious medal. A small silver medal with Christ pictured on one side and the Virgin Mary on the reverse side. 1645-1660. 2cm by 1.5cm

1973

35mm slide: 14742

20942

Full Record: x-20943/20943

New York, Lima. Power House Site. Brass religious medal. A small brass religious medal which portrays a religious dignitary. 1645-1660

2.5cm by 1.5cm

1973

35mm slide: 14743

20943

Full Record: x-20944/20944

New York, Victor. Boughton Hill Site. Brass religious medal. A small brass medal well worn from long use. 1670-1687. 2.5cm by 1.5cm

1973

35mm slide: 14744

20944

Full Record: x-20945/20945

New York, Scipioville. Scipioville Site. Brass religious medals. Two small brass religious medals portray Christ on their front side and the Virgin Mary on their reverse side. 1710-1730. 2.5cm by 1.5cm

1973

35mm slide: 14745

20945

Full Record: x-20946/20946

New York, Hopewell. Hontoon Site. Brass religious medal. A small brass medal, portraying Christ with a halo. 1700-1720 2cm by 2cm

1973

35mm slide: 14746

20946

Full Record: x-20947/20947

New York, East Bloomfield. Marsh Site. Silver cross. A conventional cross of silver with an attached loop for suspension. 1650-1670

7.5cm by 4cm

1973

35mm slide: 14748

20947

Full Record: x-20948/20948

New York, Avon. Avon Bridge Site. Silver cross of Lorraine. A double barred silver cross decorated with small circles and crowns.

1750-1779. 7cm by 4cm

1973

35mm slide: 14749

20948

Full Record: x-20949/20949

New York, Livonia Center. Adams Site. Early wampum beads. Round and rectangular shaped shell wampum beads alternate with massive barrel shaped shell beads. The wampum are taper drilled from opposite ends with large diameter perforations. These very likely are native beads. 1550-1575. 6mm by 4mm

1973

35mm slide: 14750

20949

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New York, Lima. Power House Site. Mid-Colonial wampum beads. After 1640, wampum beads became quite common and most likely were made by the Dutch. The beads are both taper drilled from opposite ends and straight drilled from one end. The beads are round in cross section. 1645-1660. 6mm by 4mm

1973

35mm slide: 14751

20950

Full Record: x-20951/20951

New York, Honeoye Falls. Dann Site. Wampum belt. Wampum belts first appear on Seneca Sites around 1635. This sample, preserved in situ, shows a portion of ten row wide belt. 1660-1675. 8.5cm by 6.5cm

1973

35mm slide: 14752

20951

Full Record: x-20952/20952

New York, Lima. Power House Site. Tubular shell beads. Tubular shell beads were popular from prehistoric times up until the 1700's. Size and length vary from two centimeters to ten or more centimeters. 1645-1660. Dimensions of largest: 13cm by 1.5cm

1973

35mm slide: 14753

20952

Full Record: x-20953/20953

New York, Lima. Power House Site. Discoidal shell beads. Flat disc shaped shell beads date from prehistoric times up to mid-Colonial times. In size, they vary from 4mm in diameter to 2cm. They were worn as necklaces and tassels. 1645-1660 4mm by 1mm to 2cm by 5mm

1973

35mm slide: 14754

20953

Full Record: x-20954/20954

New York, Honeoye Falls. Dann Site. Marginella shell beads. Little periwinkle shells were ground down at their top to make a hole for stringing. These had their source on the Atlantic seaboard and were very popular during mid-Colonial times. 1660-1675. 1.25cm by .75cm

1973

35mm slide: 14755

20954

Full Record: x-20955/20955

New York, Geneva. Frank Minn Site. Triangular shell beads. Small triangular shell beads were a late Colonial bead type and were very numerous. 1730-1750. 1.5 cm x 1.5 cm

1973

35mm slide: 14756

20955

Full Record: x-20956/20956

New York, Livonia Center. Adams Site. Shell pendants. Both disc shaped and rectangular shaped ocean shell pendants were popular from early historic times to 1750. 1550-1575. 3cm by 3cm to 6.5cm

1973

35mm slide: 14757

20956

Full Record: x-20957/20957

New York, Honeoye Falls. Dann Site. Shell crescents. Little crescent shaped pieces of shell with two perforations were worn stacked one on top of the other. 1660-1675. 3.5cm by 5mm

1973

35mm slide: 14758

20957

Full Record: x-20958/20958

New York, Honeoye Falls. Dann Site. Shell claw pendants. Shell claw-like pendants carved in both white and purple ocean shell became quite popular during mid-Colonial times. 1660-1675. 2cm by 2cm

1973

35mm slide: 14759

20958

Full Record: x-20959/20959

New York, Honeoye Falls. Dann Site. Duck bill pendants. In mid-Colonial times, this very curious shell pendant had a short but popular reign. The pendant, called a duck bill resembles a duck or goose and is most likely to stylistic representation of the Canadian Wild Goose. They were perforated through the neck, having eyes and sometimes wings which were indicated by dots drilled in the shell and filled with black pigment. 1660-1675. 3.5cm by 1

1973

35mm slide: 14760

20959

Full Record: x-20960/20960

New York, Honeoye Falls. Dann Site. Shell pendants. A group of shell pendants popular during the mid-Colonial times. Included are claw, tooth, snake, and beaver designs. 1660-1675. 4cm by 1cm (snake)

1973

35mm slide: 14761

20960

Full Record: x-20961/20961

Runtee Pendant: Disc shaped pendants, known as runtees, appeared during mid-Colonial times. They consisted of two lateral perforations and were often decorated with geometric designs drilled or engraved on their surfaces. Age is 1670-1687. Location - Beale Site, East Bloomfield, New York. Dimensions are 6.5 cm. by 2 cm.

1973

35mm slide: 14762

20961

Full Record: x-20962/20962

Bird Man Pendant: A shell pendant shaped somewhat like a man but more like a bird, and having a swallow's tail. This type of pendant appeared for a short time during the mid-Colonial period. Approximate age is from 1676 to 1687. Location - Rochester Junction Site, Mendon, New York. Dimensions are 6.5 cm. 2 cm.

1973

35mm slide: 14763

20962

Full Record: x-20963/20963

Triangular Shell Pendants: Triangular shaped shell pendants were perforated at both the top and the bottom; and they appeared during the mid-Colonial period. Approximate age is from 1675 to 1687. Location - Rochester Junction Site, Mendon, New York. Dimensions are 3 cm. by 2.5 cm.

1973

35mm slide: 14764

20963

Full Record: x-20964/20964

Shell Gorget: Shell gorgets or breast ornaments were worn by the men in the mid-Colonial period and, were to the greater extent plain with two or more perforations. Approximate age is from 1645 to 1660. Location Power House Site, Lima, New York.

1973

35mm slide: 14765

20964