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Full Record: x-21050/21050

GIANT STAR (CHEVRON) GLASS BEAD: The giant star or chevron cane bead is found rarely in the early and mid-Colonial period. Usually the ends of these beads have been faceted to emphasize the star design of the multilayered colored core. Approximate age is from 1645 to 1660. Location- Power House Site, Lima, New York. Dimensions are 3.5 cm by 2.25 cm.

1973

35mm slide: 14794

21050

Full Record: x-21051/21051

RED, WHITE AND BLUE STRIPED BEADS: A tubular red glass cane bead with blue on white stripes. Approximate age is from 1660 to 1675. Location- Dann Site, Honeoye Falls, New York. Dimensions are 1 cm. x 3 mm.

1973

35mm slide: 14800

21051

Full Record: x-21052/21052

SHORT TUBULAR RED BEADS: A short tubular red glass cane bead with a clear glass core and having finished smooth ends. Approximate age is from 1660 to 1675. Location- Dann Site, Honeoye Falls, New York. Dimensions range from 6 mm. to 8 mm. by 3 mm. to 4 mm.

1973

35mm slide: 14801

21052

Full Record: x-21053/21053

"GOLD" BEADS: A short tubular glass cane bead, light yellow in color and it is most often "bone" shaped with expanding ends. They are often referred to as imitation gold beads. Approximate age is from 1660 to 1675. Location- Dann Site, Honeoye Falls, New York. Dimensions are from 4 mm. to 7 mm. by 3 mm. to 4 mm.

1973

35mm slide: 14802

21053

Full Record: x-21054/21054

TUBULAR BLACK GLASS BEADS: A short fat tubular black glass cane bead with the ends finished smooth. Approximate age is from 1660 to 1675. Location- Dann Site, Honeoye Falls, New York. Dimensions of these beads range from 5 mm. to 7 mm. by 3 mm. to 4 mm.

1973

35mm slide: 14803

21054

Full Record: x-21055/21055

RED STRIPED BLACK BEADS: A short tubular black cane bead with smooth finished ends and red stripes. Approximate age is from 1660 to 1675. Location- Dann Site, Honeoye Falls, New York. Dimensions range from 5 mm. to 7 mm. by 3 mm. to 4 mm.

1973

35mm slide: 14804

21055

Full Record: x-21056/21056

RED AND WHITE STRIPED BLACK BEADS: A short tubular black glass cane bead with red on white stripes and ends usually finished smooth. Approximate age is from 1660 to 1675. Location- Dann Site, Honeoye Falls, New York. Dimensions are from 5 mm. to 7 mm. by 3 mm. to 4 mm.

1973

35mm slide: 14805

21056

Full Record: x-21057/21057

"EARLY" BLUE BEADS: A round turquoise blue cane bead popular as a trade bead wince the beginning of trade with the Indians. This bead sometimes disintegrates to a sugary powder in the ground. Approximate age is from 1660 to 1675. Location- Dann Site, Honeoye Falls, New York. Dimensions of this type of bead usually range from 5 mm. to 6 mm. by 5 mm. to 6 mm.

1973

35mm slide: 14806

21057

Full Record: x-21058/21058

FLATTEDNED POLYCHROME BEADS: These were originally round light blue polychrome cane beads with red stripes which were reheated and flattened. Approximate age is from 1645 to 1660. Location- Power House Site, Lima, New York. Dimensions are 14 mm by 12 mm.

1973

35mm slide: 14790

21058

Full Record: x-21059/21059

POLYCHROME AND CERAMIC BEAD NECKLACE: A necklace of large mixed colored polychrome cane beads and blue glazed ceramic beads. Approximate age is from 1645 to 1660. Location- Power House Site, Lima, New York. Size of the beads on the average is 1.5 cm. by 1.5 cm.

1973

35mm slide: 14791

21059

Full Record: x-2106/2106

Koryak metal knife blades, lance heads.

35mm slide: 829

2106

Full Record: x-21060/21060

YELLOW CORN BEADS: A necklace of molded yellow glass beads fashioned to resemble kernels of corn. Approximate age is from 1645 to 1660. Location- Power House Site, Lima, New York. Dimensions are 18 mm. x 10 mm.

1973

35mm slide: 14792

21060

Full Record: x-21061/21061

OVAL GREEN WIRE WOUND BEADS: A flattened oval shaped green wire wound glass bead which has a low oxidizing level. Approximate age is from 1645 to 1660. Location- Power House Site, Lima, New York. Dimensions are 1 cm by 2.5 mm.

1973

35mm slide: 14795

21061

Full Record: x-21062/21062

TUBULAR RED GLASS BEADS: A tubular red glass cane bead with a core of darker glass with the ends of the bead sharp and unfinished. Approximate age is from 1645 to 1660. Location- Power House Site, Lima, New York. Dimensions are 1 cm. by 3 mm.

1973

35mm slide: 14797

21062

Full Record: x-21063/21063

"ROMAN" STYLE BEAD: A round deep blue cane bead with yellow and white wavy lines pressed into them. Approximate age is from 1645 to 1660. Location- Power House Site, Lima, New York. Dimensions are 7 mm. by 7 mm.

35mm slide: 14798

21063

Full Record: x-21064/21064

TWISTED STRIPE BEADS: A round deep blue bead with twisted white stripes. These cane beads oxidize very readily and tarnish to a green and gold color. Approximate age is from 1660 to 1675. Location- Dann Site, Honeoye Falls, New York. Dimensions are 5 mm. by 5 mm.

1973

35mm slide: 14799

21064

Full Record: x-21065/21065

"BUGLE" BEADS: Long tubular cane beads usually red, blue, or white in color, are outstanding due to their size. Approximate age is from 1660 to 1675. Location- Dann Site, Honeoye Falls, New York. Dimensions of this type of bead range from 4 cm to 9 cm by 4 mm to 5 mm.

1973

35mm slide: 14807

21065

Full Record: x-21066/21066

OPAQUE SEED BEADS: The color range for these small round cane beads (opaque seed beads) is green, blue and red. Approximate age is from 1660 to 1675. Location- Dann Site, Honeoye Falls, New York. Dimensions are from 1 mm. 2 mm. by 1 mm. to 2 mm.

1973

35mm slide: 14808

21066

Full Record: x-21067/21067

TRANSLUCENT SEED BEADS: These translucent dark green seed beads have a vitreous surface texture and they are slightly larger than the regular cane seed beads. Approximate age is form 1660 to 1675. Location- Dann Site, Honeoye Falls, New York. Dimensions are 2 mm by 2 mm.

1973

35mm slide: 14809

21067

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-2107/2107

Fur rug (geometric and representative designs).

35mm slide: 830

2107

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-2108/2108

Fur coats.

35mm slide: 831

2108

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-2109/2109

Framework of summer house and sleeping tent.

35mm slide: 832

2109

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