ANTLER WEAVING TOOL: A rectangular piece of antler with five teeth and four long deep grooves on one side. The teeth are highly polished from use. The opposite end shows an antler gambling die in the process of being cut off. Approximate age is from 1645 to 1660. Location- Power House Site, Lima, New York. Dimensions are 12.5 cm by 2 cm.
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.
West Virginia Archaic complex artifacts. W. Harris collection from East Steubenville site (46-Br-31) -- red ochre, hematite concretion showing polish, plain and notched awls, longitudinally split perforated stem point of bone which has been reworked into awl.