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Knife River Area; artifacts

1982

35mm slide: 17264

23186

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Bibb Plain small jar and bowl, Mound C, Bibb County, Georgia. Macon Plateau.

35mm slide: 1081

2319

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New Mexico; Laguna Pueblo

Jun. 1974

35mm slide: 17275

23197

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Ohio; aerial photo of site 2 miles southwest of Chillicothe

Apr. 1981

35mm slide: 17278

23198

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Ohio; aerial photo of site 2 miles southwest of Chillicothe

Mar. 1980

35mm slide: 17279

23199

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Blanket weaver, ca. 1882. Among the Pueblo Indians, men were traditionally the weavers. This Hopi man has set up his loom outside so he can enjoy the warmth and light of the sun. The broad bands of color characterize Pueblo Indian blanket weaving.

c. 1882

35mm slide: 18221

232

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Halstead Plain bottle, Mound C, Bibb County, Georgia. Macon Plateau.

35mm slide: 1082

2320

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Noded jar, Mound D, Bibb County, Georgia. Macon Plateau.

35mm slide: 1083

2321

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N. T. Lupton, early excavator and surveyor ca.1870; from Auburn University Archives

1870

35mm slide: 17295

23215

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Directly over excavations showing centerline of proposed museum (Mound State Museum #3261)

1981

35mm slide: 17296

23216

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Moundville field camp, 01/27/30 (Mound State Museum #995)

Jan., 1930

35mm slide: 17297

23217

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David DeJarnette, south of Mound D, Station O; 02/02/32 (Mound State Museum #1551)

Feb., 1932

35mm slide: 17298

23218

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Burial pits covered- west of Mound P, 02/18/37 (Mound State Museum #3448)

Feb., 1937

35mm slide: 17299

23219

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Halstead Plain effigy, back, Mound C, Bibb County, Georgia. Macon Plateau.

35mm slide: 1084

2322

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1931 field crew, north of Mound R

1931

35mm slide: 17300

23220

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Mississippian sites @ AD 1000 - 1400

Oct. 1981

35mm slide: 17301

23221

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Turkey with maize by R. Martinez (1932)

1981

35mm slide: 17306

23222

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Landscape showing bear in mountain, by Tsiteh (1932)

1981

35mm slide: 17307

23223

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Harvest festival, by Tsiteh (1932)

1981

35mm slide: 17308

23224

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Women Getting Water, by T'ohave.

Oct. 1981

35mm slide: 17309

23225

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Picking Wild Berries painting by Eva Mirabal.

Oct. 1981

35mm slide: 17310

23226

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Sipapou, painting by Gilbert Atencio.

Oct. 1981

35mm slide: 17311

23227

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Creation of North Mountain, painting by Harrison Begay.

Oct. 1981

35mm slide: 17312

23228

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Halstead Plain effigy, front, Mound C, Bibb County, Georgia. Macon Plateau.

35mm slide: 1085

2323

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Washington; map of Olympic Peninsula with site indicated

1982

35mm slide: 17319

23234

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Washington; aerial view of the site from the south

1982

35mm slide: 17320

23235

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Excavation of east wall of House II.

1982

35mm slide: 17321

23236

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Excavation of House II. Note the jumble of artifacts visible, including canoe paddles, a loom support, two seal clubs and planks.

1982

35mm slide: 17322

23237

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Replicated canoe in Makah Cultural and Research Center. Although deer, elk and other land mammal bones may be found at Ozette, sea mammal bones are by far the most numerous. Sea mammals, including sea lion, fur seal, hair seal, porpoise and whale were a valued source of food. Note the gear in this hunting canoe, which includes inflated floats, paddles, baskets, and mats.

1982

35mm slide: 17323

23238

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Fishing paddle. Although success in hunting sea mammals almost certainly provided prestige, fishing probably provided the largest and surest source of animal protein.

1982

35mm slide: 17324

23239

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Swift Creek Plain bowl, Bibb County, Georgia. Swift Creek.

35mm slide: 1086

2324

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Net or line sinker with groove.

1982

35mm slide: 17325

23240

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Halibut hooks. These were bent by steaming, and a bone point was attached to one end with wild cherry bark. Most fishhooks were made of western hemlock.

1982

35mm slide: 17326

23241

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Hook for bottom fish, including cod and sea bass. These fish could be caught throughout the year whenever the sea was calm.

1982

35mm slide: 17327

23242

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Whetstone used for sharpening hooks.

1982

35mm slide: 17328

23243

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Herring rake, with pointed bone teeth. Herring were harvested in the summer.

1982

35mm slide: 17329

23244

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Mussel shell knife edge. The sharp, beveled edge formed by grinding on a sandstone whetstone would be very effective for cutting fish and for butchering land and sea mammals.

1982

35mm slide: 17330

23245

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Whaling harpoon head haying on the cedar bark sheath in which it was found. The harpoon point, made of mussel shell, was held by two bone valves and fastend with sinew to the whaling line. Smaller harpoon heads similar to this type but with bone points were used for hunting seals, and catching salmon. In the case of whale hunting, the harpoon was not meant to kill the animal, but rather to attach seal skin floats. The drag of the floats would exha

1982

35mm slide: 17331

23246

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Bone harpoon valves minus the mussel shell blade.

1982

35mm slide: 17332

23247

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Seal radius with a broken-off shell harpoon blade imbedded in it.

1982

35mm slide: 17333

23248

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Hunting canoe paddle. Note the pointed end, which lessened the sound of water dripping from the paddle.

1982

35mm slide: 17334

23249

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Deptford Bold Check Stamp, Chatham County, Georgia. Deptford.

35mm slide: 1087

2325

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Rope made of twisted cedar limbs, used in whaling.

1982

35mm slide: 17335

23250

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Seal club. Note that on one end is a representation of a seal's head, and on the other, a representation of a human head. Many utilitarian objects made by the people who lived at Ozette demonstrate a developed technology together with an extraordinary esthetic sense.

1982

35mm slide: 17336

23251

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Owl club. Owls have ritual significance in this area, and it is likely that this club was a baton carried by a shaman.

1982

35mm slide: 17337

23252

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Owl club, end.

1982

35mm slide: 17338

23253

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Owl club, distal end. Note the echoing curve for the brow of the owl and the human-like head.

1982

35mm slide: 17339

23254

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Although the Ozette people did not develop pottery, wooden boxes were used for every purpose pots could be used for, including cooking. They also were used for storage and carrying, and are often a vehicle for beautiful decoration. Ranging in size from 8 to 10 cms. Across to very large storage chests, the box sides were made from a single plank of cedar. A thin board was first grooved in three places and then steamed. When it was flexible, the boa

1982

35mm slide: 17340

23255

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Front of decorated box, showing representation of whales.

1982

35mm slide: 17341

23256

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Some boxes were used for cooking by filling with water and dropping in heated stones. The bottom of this box had been burned through by a heated stone, and then repaired by sewing on a wooden patch.

1982

35mm slide: 17342

23257