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Full Record: x-21068/21068

ROUND GREEN BEADS: Round green glass cane beads, appearing prominently in the first part of the late Colonial period, have a tendency to oxidize with a white pearly patina. Approximate age is form 1675 to 1687. Location- Rochester Junction Site, Mendon, New York. Dimensions are 4 mm. by 4 mm.

1973

35mm slide: 14810

21068

Full Record: x-21069/21069

OVAL BLUE BEADS: Oval shaped dark blue glass cane beads with a vitreous pitted surface. Approximate age is form 1675 to 1687. Location- Rochester Junction Site, Mendon, New York. Dimensions of these beads range from 5 mm. to 7 mm. by 3 mm. to 4 mm.

35mm slide: 14811

21069

Full Record: x-21070/21070

ROUND RED BEADS: A pea size, dull red glass cane bead became the most common bead at the beginning of the late Colonial period. A variety of this bead has a dark green translucent core that looks black in reflected light and green in transmitted light. Approximate age is from 1675 to 1687. Rochester Junction Site, Mendon, New York. Dimensions are from 5 mm. to 6 mm. by 5 mm. to 8 mm.

35mm slide: 14812

21070

Full Record: x-21071/21071

ROUND BLACK BEADS: The most common bead other than the round red bead, which also appeared at the beginning of the late Colonial period, was the round black glass bead. This along with the round red bead was the monotonous favorite of this period. Approximate age is from 1675 to 1687. Location- Rochester Junction Site, Mendon, New York. Dimensions are from 4 mm. to 6 mm. by 4 mm. to 7 mm.

1973

35mm slide: 14813

21071

Full Record: x-21072/21072

ROUND RED AND ROUND BLACK BEADS: Both round red and round black beads compared side by side were the most popular beads at the beginning of the late historic period. Approximate age is from 1675 to 1687. Location- Rochester Junction Site, Mendon, New York. Dimensions are from 5 mm. to 6 mm. by 4 mm. to 8 mm.

1973

35mm slide: 14814

21072

Full Record: x-21073/21073

ROUND BLACK SEED BEADS: Small round black glass cane seed beads are also very common along with the larger round red and black beads. Other color varieties are red, blue, and white. Approximate age is from 1675 to 1687. Location- Rochester Junction Site, Mendon, New York. Dimensions are 2 mm. by 2 mm.

1973

35mm slide: 14815

21073

Full Record: x-21074/21074

ROUND RED SEED BEAD: Small round red glass cane seed beads. Approximate age is from 1675 to 1687. Location- Rochester Junction Site, Mendon, New York. Dimensions are 2 mm. by 3 mm.

1973

35mm slide: 14816

21074

Full Record: x-21075/21075

ROUND BLUE SEED BEADS: Round blue glass cane seed beads. Approximate age is from 1675 to 1687. Location- Rochester Junction Site, Mendon, New York. Dimensions are form 1 mm. to 2 mm. by 2 mm. to 3 mm.

1973

35mm slide: 14817

21075

Full Record: x-21076/21076

WHITE SEED BEADS: Small round white glass cane seed beads. Approximate age is form 1675 to 1687. Location- Rochester Junction Site, Mendon, New York. Dimensions are from 1 mm. to 2 mm. by 2 mm. to 3 mm.

1973

35mm slide: 14818

21076

Full Record: x-21077/21077

BRACELET OF GLASS AND SHELL BEADS: An example of a child's bracelet composed of a mixture of glass and shell beads. Approximate age is from 1670 to 1687. Location- Beale Site, East Bloomfield, New York. Diameter of the bracelet is 4 cm.

1973

35mm slide: 14819

21077

Full Record: x-21078/21078

FLUSH EYE ROUND BLACK BEADS: Round black glass cane beads with three white flush eyes pressed into their sides. Approximate age is form 1670 to 1687. Location- Cherry Street Site, Victor, New York. Dimensions of the beads range from 5 mm. to 8 mm. by 7 mm. to 8 mm.

1973

35mm slide: 14820

21078

Full Record: x-21079/21079

OPALESCENT WIRE WOUND BEADS: Large opalescent white glass wire wound beads are important time markers of the 1700 to 1730 period. Approximate age is from 1710 to 1730. Location- Hontoon Site, Canandaigua, New York. Dimensions range from 1 cm. to 1.5 cm. by 1.5 cm.

1973

35mm slide: 14821

21079

Full Record: x-21080/21080

"FACETED" WIRE WOUND BEAD: Amber colored molded wire wound beads are also important time markers of the 1700 to 1730 period. Approximate age is from 1710 to 1730. Location- Hontoon Site, Canandaigua, New York. Dimensions of these beads are 1.5 cm. by 1.75 cm.

1973

35mm slide: 14822

21080

Full Record: x-21081/21081

GLASS BEAD NECKLACE: A mixed necklace of both short tubular black and white glass cane beads with oval white wire wound glass beads. Approximate age is from 1750 to 1779. Location- Honeoye Site, Honeoye, New York. Dimensions are form 2 mm. to 3 mm. by 2 mm. to 3 mm.

1973

35mm slide: 14823

21081

Full Record: x-21082/21082

YELLOW SEED BEADS: Small straw yellow glass cane seed beads. Approximate age is from 1750 to 1779. Location- Honeoye Site, Honeoye, New York. Dimensions are form 2 mm. to 3 mm. by 2 mm. to 3 mm.

1973

35mm slide: 14824

21082

Full Record: x-21083/21083

MOLDED BLACK BEADS: A small angular shaped bead of black glass, shaped by being pressed in a mold. Approximate age is from 1750 to 1779. Location- Honeoye Site, Honeoye, New York. Dimensions of these beads are from 3 mm. to 4 mm. by 2 mm. to 3 mm.

1973

35mm slide: 14825

21083

Full Record: x-21084/21084

SHORT TUBULAR BLACK AND WHITE BEADS: These short tubular glass cane beads were the dominant glass beads of the 1750 to 1779 period. Approximate age is from 1750 to 1779. Location- Honeoye Site, Honeoye, New York. Dimensions are from 3 mm. to 4 mm. by 2 mm. to 3 mm.

1973

35mm slide: 14826

21084

Full Record: x-21085/21085

WHITE SEED BEADS: Small round white glass cane seed beads. Approximate age is from 1750 to 1779. Location- Honeoye Site, Honeoye, New York. Dimensions are form 1 mm. to 2 mm. by 2 mm. to 3 mm.

1973

35mm slide: 14827

21085

Full Record: x-21086/21086

OVAL WHITE WIRE WOUND BEADS: Barrel and oval shaped white glass wire wound beads were characteristic of the 1750 to 1779 period. Approximate age is from 1750 to 1779. Location- Avon Bridge Site, Avon, New York. Dimensions are from 6 mm. to 7 mm. by 3 mm.

1973

35mm slide: 14828

21086

Full Record: x-21087/21087

TINY WHITE SEED BEADS: Tiny to small white glass cane seed beads tend to lessen in size as 1800 is approached. Approximate age is from 1750 to 1779. Location- Avon Bridge Site, Avon, New York. Dimensions of these beads range from 1 mm. to 2 mm. by 2 mm.

1973

35mm slide: 14829

21087

Full Record: x-21088/21088

IRON BUTCHER KNIFE: A large iron butcher or carving knife which originally had a wooden handle, with the blade being a convex carving edge and the handle having a downward hooked end. Approximate age is from 1565 to 1590. Location- Tram Site, Livonia Center, New York. Dimensions of the knife are 30 cm. by 4 cm.

1973

35mm slide: 14830

21088

Full Record: x-21089/21089

TWO IRON KNIVES: Two different types of iron knives are shown, both with wooden handles. The top knife being a straight edge pointed cutting tool with a rate tail handle, and the bottom knife being a curved edge carving edge with a high flat handle. Approximate age is from 1660 to 1675. Location- Dann Site, Honeoye Falls, New York. Dimensions of the top knife are 21 cm. by 2.5 cm. and the dimensions of the bottom knife are 23 cm. by 2.5 cm.

1973

35mm slide: 14831

21089

Full Record: x-21090/21090

BONE HANDLED IRON KNIVES: A plain bone handled iron carving knife and an ornamentally carved bone handled knife. Approximate age is from 1650 to 1670. Location- Marsh Site, East Bloomfield, New York. Dimensions of the top knife are 21 cm by 2 cm. and the dimensions of the bottom knife are 18 cm. by 1.5 cm.

1973

35mm slide: 14832

21090

Full Record: x-21091/21091

BONE HANDLED PARING KNIFE: A small round ended paring knife having a plain bone handle. Approximately age is from 1675 to 1687. Location- Rochester Junction Site, Mendon, New York. Dimensions of this knife are 15 cm. by 1.5 cm.

1973

35mm slide: 14833

21091

Full Record: x-21092/21092

CURVED IRON KNIFE: A short curved knife with serrated cutting edge. This knife originally had a wooden handle. Approximate age is from 1660 to 1675. Location- Dann Site, Honeoye Falls, New York. Dimensions of the knife are 12 cm. by 2 cm.

1973

35mm slide: 14834

21092

Full Record: x-21093/21093

CLASP OR POCKET KNIVES: Small folding knives, better known as pocket knives or clasp knives, became an important trade item in the mid and late Colonial period. Approximate age is from 1675 to 1687. Location- Rochester Junction Site, Mendon, New York. Dimensions of the top knife are 9 cm. by 2 cm. and the dimensions of the bottom knife are 13 cm. by 2.5 cm.

1973

35mm slide: 14835

21093

Full Record: x-21094/21094

IRON AXE: A large early Colonial iron felling axe with a narrow oval eye for hafting. Approximate age is from 1590 to 1650. Location- Factory Hollow Site, West Bloomfield, New York. Dimensions of the axe are 20 cm. by 11 cm. Weight of the axe is 3 lbs. 2.5 oz.

1973

35mm slide: 14836

21094

Full Record: x-21095/21095

IRON AXES: Late Colonial iron belt axes with both a round eye and an oval eye for hafting. Approximate age is from 1750 to 1779. Location- Avon Bridge Site, Avon, New York. Dimensions of the middle axe are 15 cm. by 6 cm. Weight of the axe is 1 lb. 1.5 oz.

1973

35mm slide: 14837

21095

Full Record: x-21096/21096

IRON HATCHET OR CHISEL: A small iron belt hatchet or tomahawk shows evidence of having been used as a hammer. Approximate age is from 1645 to 1660. Location- Power House Site, Lima, New York. Dimensions of the hatchet or tomahawk are 8.5 cm. by 3 cm. and the weight is 3.5 oz.

1973

35mm slide: 14838

21096

Full Record: x-21097/21097

IRON HOE: A small well used iron hoe or mattock, a digging or grubbing tool. Approximate age is form 1650 to 1670. Location- Marsh Site, East Bloomfield, New York. Dimensions are 11 cm. by 7 cm.

1973

35mm slide: 14839

21097

Full Record: x-21098/21098

IRON AWL: A straight iron awl, hafted in a native made bone handle. Approximately age is from 1565 to 1590. Location- Tram Site, Livonia Center, New York. Dimensions are 15 cm. by 1.5 cm.

1973

35mm slide: 14840

21098

Full Record: x-21099/21099

IRON AWL: A straight iron awl hafted in a European made bone handle. Approximate age is from 1660 to 1675. Location- Dann Site, Honeoye Falls, New York. Dimensions of this awl are 12 cm. by 1.5 cm.

1973

35mm slide: 14841

21099

Full Record: x-21100/21100

SCISSORS OR SHEARS: Two pair of iron scissors, one large shears and one small scissors. Approximate age is from 1660 to 1675. Location- Dann Site, Honeoye Falls, New York. Dimensions of the large shears are 19.5 cm. by 5 cm. and the dimensions of the small scissors are 11.5 cm by 4 cm.

1973

35mm slide: 14842

21100

Full Record: x-21101/21101

STRIKE-A-LITE: A small iron striker with finger holes for holding. Approximate age is from 1670 to 1687. Location- Boughton Hill Site, Victor, New York. Dimensions are 7 cm. by 3 cm.

1973

35mm slide: 14843

21101

Full Record: x-21102/21102

THREE IRON STRIKE-A-LITES: Three oval shaped strike-a-lites made of iron. Approximate age is from 1710 to 1730. Location- Zindall Site, Geneva, New York.

1973

35mm slide: 14844

21102

Full Record: x-21103/21103

IRON FISH HOOKS: Two iron fish hooks with single barbs. Approximate age is from 1645 to 1660. Location- Power House Site, Lima, New York. Dimensions are 6 cm. by 2 cm.

35mm slide: 14845

21103

Full Record: x-21104/21104

BRASS SPIRALS: The first pieces of brass the Iroquois obtained were already made into ornaments or quickly made into ornaments. Brass spirals were made of brass wire coiled into a spiral design. Approximate age is from 1550 to 1575. Location- Adams Site, Livonia Center, New York. Dimensions of the largest are 4 cm. by 4 cm.

1973

35mm slide: 14850

21104

Full Record: x-21105/21105

BRASS RINGS: Brass rings formed around wooden splints with open ends tied together with leather were worn in the hair and on the chest. Age 1550- 1575. Location- Adams Site, Livonia Center, New York. Diameter is 11 cm.

1973

35mm slide: 14851

21105

Full Record: x-21106/21106

BRASS BANGLES: Brass bangles were usually worn as ornaments and were strung on rawhide and tied together in bunches of three or five. Age 1550- 1575. Location- Adams Site, Livonia Center, New York. Size 5- 6 cm. by 1- 1.5 cm.

1973

35mm slide: 14852

21106

Full Record: x-21107/21107

BRASS FINGER RINGS: Sheet brass was cut into strips and rolled to form a flat ring whose edges were sometimes serrated. Age 1550- 1575. Location- Adams Site, Livonia Center, New York. Dimensions are 2 cm. by 2 cm.

1973

35mm slide: 14853

21107

Full Record: x-21108/21108

BRASS DISC PENDANTS: Round and oval shaped flat disc pendants formed from sheet brass usually having a single perforation for suspension. Approximate age is form 1600 to 1625. Location- Dutch Hollow Site, Avon, New York. Dimensions of the smallest diameter is 2 cm. and dimensions of the largest diameter is 5.5 cm.

1973

35mm slide: 14854

21108

Full Record: x-21109/21109

TUBULAR BRASS BEADS: Tubular beads of brass were made from strips of sheet brass and were worn as necklaces. Age 1550- 1575. Location- Adams Site, Livonia Center, New York. Dimensions of the largest are 6.5 cm. by .5 cm.

1973

35mm slide: 14855

21109

Full Record: x-21110/21110

ROUND BRASS BEADS: Expertly made round brass beads were formed from sheet brass. Due to their uniform size and shape they were probably made in Europe. Age 1575 - 1600. Location- Cameron Site, Lima, New York. Size 5 mm by 5 mm

1973

35mm slide: 14856

21110

Full Record: x-21111/21111

BRASS SEED BEADS: Tiny round brass seed beads are characteristics of the late Colonial period. They were worn as necklaces often with glass beads scattered uniformly throughout the necklace. Approximate age is from 1750 to 1779. Location- Avon Bridge Site, Avon, New York. Dimension are from 1 mm. to 2 mm. by 1 mm. by 2 mm.

1973

35mm slide: 14857

21111

Full Record: x-21112/21112

BRASS CHAIN ORNAMENT: Small brass chains of linked brass wire often used as both necklaces and bracelets. In this picture of brass chain and glass seed beads compose a bracelet. Approximate age is from 1645 to 1660. Location- Power House Site, Lima, New York. Dimensions of the chain links are 4 cm. by 5 mm.

1973

35mm slide: 14858

21112

Full Record: x-21113/21113

BRASS SPRING NECKLACE: Brass springs of various sizes were worn as necklaces in the late Colonial period. Pictured is a necklace of large springs made of heavy brass wire. Approximate age is from 1750 to 1779. Location- Fall Brook Site, Geneseo, New York. Dimensions are form 5 cm. to 20 cm. by 8 mm. to 10 mm.

1973

35mm slide: 14859

21113

Full Record: x-21114/21114

BRASS SRPING ORNAMENT: Brass springs made of heavy brass wire most often wound on wood about the size of a pipe's stem are found in the late Colonial period. The may have been used as ornamental wands of handles. Approximate age is form 1750 to 1779. Location- Fall Brook Site, Geneseo, New York. Dimensions are 4.5 cm. by 1.5 cm.

1973

35mm slide: 14860

21114

Full Record: x-21116/21116

BRASS WIRE BUTTON: A large wooden button was encased in a fabric weave of brass wire and served as ornaments. Approximate age is from 1645 to 1660. Location- Power House Site, Lima, New York. Size of the diameter is 2.5 cm.

1973

35mm slide: 14862

21116

Full Record: x-21117/21117

BRASS SPOONS: Elizabethan style large silver plated brass spoons first appear in the mid-Colonial period with handles decorated with various ornaments depending on their use. Some have apostles, some have ornamental fruit, and some served as seals for coats of arms. All three types are pictured here with trade marks present on the inside of the spoon bowls. Approximate age is from 1660 to 1675. Location- Dann Site, Honeoye Falls, New York. Dimen

1973

35mm slide: 14863

21117

Full Record: x-21118/21118

BRASS PINS: Silver plated brass pins appear at the beginning of the late Colonial period. When found, they usually are in little packets. Age 1670- 1687. Location- Beale Site, East Bloomfield, New York. Dimensions of the length range from 1.5 cm to 2.5 cm.

1973

35mm slide: 14864

21118