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Full Record: x-23249/23249

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

1982

35mm slide: 17334

23249

Full Record: x-2325/2325

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

35mm slide: 1087

2325

Full Record: x-23250/23250

Rope made of twisted cedar limbs, used in whaling.

1982

35mm slide: 17335

23250

Full Record: x-23251/23251

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

Full Record: x-23252/23252

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

Full Record: x-23253/23253

Owl club, end.

1982

35mm slide: 17338

23253

Full Record: x-23254/23254

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

1982

35mm slide: 17339

23254

Full Record: x-23255/23255

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

Full Record: x-23256/23256

Front of decorated box, showing representation of whales.

1982

35mm slide: 17341

23256

Full Record: x-23257/23257

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

Full Record: x-23258/23258

Boxes were apparently deemed valuable enough to be repaired when they were damaged. Here a split side of a box was bound together.

1982

35mm slide: 17343

23258

Full Record: x-23259/23259

Wooden platter, of alder wood. In a technique somewhat similar to box-making, this platter was shaped and then steamed.

1982

35mm slide: 17344

23259

Full Record: x-2326/2326

Woodland Plain, unknown, Georgia.

35mm slide: 1088

2326

Full Record: x-23260/23260

Carved anthropomorphic bowl. This kind of bowl probably was used for oil. Oil bowls are common on the Northwest coast, but most are not as elaborate as this. Carved in the form of a human being with a braid of human hair, this was almost certainly used for ceremonial purposes.

1982

35mm slide: 17345

23260

Full Record: x-23261/23261

Wooden club with human face. Note the stylization of the eyes which continue around to the reverse side.

1982

35mm slide: 17346

23261

Full Record: x-23262/23262

Wooden club, reverse side.

1982

35mm slide: 17347

23262

Full Record: x-23263/23263

Carved wooden head, possibly a stylized bird.

1982

35mm slide: 17348

23263

Full Record: x-23264/23264

Woodworking tool with a beaver incisor blade at the end. Once more the care and attention expended on utilitarian objects is shown in the carefully carved head of a man wearing a hat, on the handle of the tool.

1982

35mm slide: 17349

23264

Full Record: x-23265/23265

Basket made form the inner bark of the red cedar. This could have been used for storage or for collecting berries or shellfish.

1982

35mm slide: 17350

23265

Full Record: x-23266/23266

Coiled basket made of spruce root. This method of manufacture is uncharacteristic of Ozette baskets, and this specimen may have been made by a slave from a neighboring group, or a trade item or potlatch gift.

1982

35mm slide: 17351

23266

Full Record: x-23267/23267

Hat made of basketry. In an area as rainy as the Olympic Peninsula, rain hats are a virtual necessity. The hat is resting on its crown to show the different weaves on the inside and outside.

1982

35mm slide: 17352

23267

Full Record: x-23268/23268

Flat basket made from cedar bark. Note the two kinds of checkerboard pattern. Dozens of baskets were found in one Ozette house. One, apparently a weaver's kit, contained awls, a spindle whorl, combs, blades, and a lump of red pigment.

1982

35mm slide: 17353

23268

Full Record: x-23269/23269

Large cedar bark mat. Mats were used as bedding and as canoe furnishings.

1982

35mm slide: 17354

23269

Full Record: x-2327/2327

Point Peninsula Cord Wrapped Stick, near Bainbridge, Chenango County, New York. Woodland, Point Peninsula.

35mm slide: 1089

2327

Full Record: x-23270/23270

Replicated loom in the Makah Cultural and Research Center. Although weaving had not been known to occur among the Ozette, several looms were found in the excavations. Dog hair from specially bred dogs was used in the textiles, along with plant fibers.

1982

35mm slide: 17355

23270

Full Record: x-23271/23271

Weavers' "swords" or wool beaters.

1982

35mm slide: 17356

23271

Full Record: x-23272/23272

Weavers' "sword" or wool beater, detail.

1982

35mm slide: 17357

23272

Full Record: x-23273/23273

Carved wood spindle whorl. A number of spindle whorls were found at Ozette, each with a different and distinctive design.

1982

35mm slide: 17358

23273

Full Record: x-23274/23274

Wooden double comb. The decorative carving of a sea monster with a bear's head continues around to the reverse side.

1982

35mm slide: 17359

23274

Full Record: x-23275/23275

Comb made of antler or bone. This may have been an article of personal ornament. Note the very fine carving of two standing wolves.

1982

35mm slide: 17360

23275

Full Record: x-23276/23276

Wooden paddle used in a game similar to modern shuttlecock.

1982

35mm slide: 17361

23276

Full Record: x-23277/23277

Replicated Ozette house constructed according to details from planks, foundation posts, and other building materials and tools found at Ozette. The house was later moved inside the Makah Cultural and Research Center, where it is now located.

1982

35mm slide: 17362

23277

Full Record: x-23278/23278

House construction, detail of planks tied in position.

1982

35mm slide: 17363

23278

Full Record: x-23279/23279

House construction, detail of how a plank was tied to an upright support post.

1982

35mm slide: 17364

23279

Full Record: x-2328/2328

Wilmington Heavy Cord Marked, Wilmington Island, Chatham County, Georgia. Macon Plateau.

35mm slide: 1090

2328

Full Record: x-23280/23280

Replicated house, interior, showing large supporting column.

1982

35mm slide: 17365

23280

Full Record: x-23281/23281

Replicated house, interior, showing how the roof beams were supported by notched upright timbers.

1982

35mm slide: 17366

23281

Full Record: x-23282/23282

Replicated house, interior, showing the arrangement of benches used for sleeping.

1982

35mm slide: 17367

23282

Full Record: x-23283/23283

Replicated house, interior, showing drying racks, under the roof for fish and other foods.

1982

35mm slide: 17368

23283

Full Record: x-23284/23284

Wedges used to split logs in various stages of manufacture.

1982

35mm slide: 17369

23284

Full Record: x-23285/23285

Stone maul for pounding wedges.

1982

35mm slide: 17370

23285

Full Record: x-23286/23286

D-adze handle made of whalebone (blade missing)

1982

35mm slide: 17371

23286

Full Record: x-23287/23287

Whale bones were lined up outside one of the Ozette house for several reasons, including lining a drainage trench, stabilizing the slope between houses, and in one case, probably for ceremonial reasons. These are from the display in the Makah Cultural and Research Center.

1982

35mm slide: 17372

23287

Full Record: x-23288/23288

Whale fin effigy, carved of cedar and inset with 700 sea otter teeth, mostly molars. Along the edge, canine teeth were used to give a jagged appearance to the sculpture. At the bottom is the representation of a mythological bird. The function of this piece is unknown, but it is likely that it was associated with whaling rituals.

1982

35mm slide: 17373

23288

Full Record: x-23289/23289

Bone carving, 2 inches tall, of a seated man. It was in the mussel shell when found.

1982

35mm slide: 17374

23289

Full Record: x-2329/2329

Bibb Plain vessel, Mound D, Bibb County, Georgia. Macon Plateau.

35mm slide: 1091

2329

Full Record: x-23290/23290

Bone carving of figure outside of mussel shell. This seated posture is characteristic in the art of this area.

1982

35mm slide: 17375

23290

Full Record: x-23291/23291

Figurine made of antler. This small hollow figure is carved in a style which persisted for centuries along the Northwest Coast. The object is from an early historical level at Ozette and is a powder measure for an early flintlock rifle.

1982

35mm slide: 17376

23291

Full Record: x-23292/23292

William H. Sears; Mollie Allee repairing a pot.. Photo most likely taken by James B. Griffin- 1949

1949

35mm slide: 17378

23292

Full Record: x-23293/23293

James B. Griffin - up a tree, as usual.

35mm slide: 17379

23293