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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

New York

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

New York

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

New York

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

New York

Full Record: x-21119/21119

BRASS ARROW POINTS: Triangular arrow points were cut from sheet brass with edges sometimes around and having one or more perforations near the base of the point. In this picture, portions of the arrow shaft and hafting are preserved by the brass. Approximate age is form 1660 to 1675. Location- Dann Site, Honeoye Falls, New York. Dimensions are from 3 cm by 2 cm. to 4.5 cm. by 2.5 cm.

1973

35mm slide: 14865

New York

Full Record: x-21120/21120

BRASS TINDER BOX: A hinged and locked tinder box of brass decorated with the fleur-de-lis design on the cover. Age is from 1645- 1660. Location- Power House Site, Lima, New York. Dimensions are 6 cm. by 4.5 cm.

1973

35mm slide: 14866

New York

Full Record: x-21121/21121

BRASS SNUFF BOX COVER: The cover of a brass snuff box is decorated with a picture of Frederick Henry, Dutch leader and bearing the date 1634. Age 1660- 1675. Location- Dann Site, Honeoye Falls, New York. Size 6 cm. by 4.5 cm.

1973

35mm slide: 14867

New York

Full Record: x-21122/21122

BRASS SLEIGH BELLS: Two cast brass sleigh bells that still ring. Approximate age is from 1675 to 1687. Location- Rochester Junction Site, Mendon, New York. Dimensions are 4 cm. by 3.5 cm.

1973

35mm slide: 14868

New York

Full Record: x-21123/21123

BRASS JEWS HARP: These musical instruments were cast in brass with some varieties made of iron. The sizes varied greatly, as shown in this picture. Approximate age is from 1750 to 1779. Location- Fall Brook Site, Geneseo, New York. Dimensions are form 3 cm. by 1.5 cm to 6 cm. by 2.5 cm.

1973

35mm slide: 14869

New York

Full Record: x-21124/21124

BONE BEADS: Most prehistoric Iroquois beads were made from bird bones. This necklace, has one bead made from a deer's jaw, with the rest made mostly from turkey's leg bones. Approximate age is 1400. Location - Markham Site, Avon, New York. Dimension are from 1.5 cm to 7 cm by 8 mm to 1.5 cm.

1973

35mm slide: 14870

New York

Full Record: x-21125/21125

PERFORATED DEER PHALANGEAL CONES: An interesting bead was made from the deer's phalangeal bones. The bones were used in both prehistoric and early historic times. These may have been part of a cup and pin game. Approximate age is 1500. Location - Richmond Mills Site, Ontario, New York. Dimensions of these beads are from 3 cm to 4 cm by 1.5 cm.

1973

35mm slide: 14871

New York

Full Record: x-21126/21126

ROUND BONE BEADS: This necklace contains a graduated series of round bone beads with several small tubular decorated bone beads and it is European in origin and may have been part of a rosary. Approximate age is from 1675 to 1687. Location- Rochester Junction Site, Mendon, New York. Dimensions are from 6 mm. to 9 mm. by 7 mm. to 12 mm.

1973

35mm slide: 14872

New York

Full Record: x-21127/21127

PERFORATED DEER EPIPHYSEAL CAPS: Epiphyseal caps of the deer's long bones were perforated and worn as ornaments in both late prehistoric and early historic times. Approximate age is 1400. Location- Markham Site, Avon, New York. Dimensions are 4 cm. by 3 cm.

1973

35mm slide: 14873

New York

Full Record: x-21128/21128

BONE PENDANT: A rectangular cup shaped pendant of bone perforated through the middle and decorate with a circle and lines of drilled dots. Approximate age is from 1670 to 1687. Location- Boughton Hill Site, Victor, New York. Dimensions are 2.5 cm. by 2.5 cm.

1973

35mm slide: 14874

New York

Full Record: x-21129/21129

SPLINTER BONE AWLS: Awls made from the leg bones of the wild turkey which were splintered and sharpened. Approximate age is from 1550 to 1575. Location- Adams Site, Livonia Center, New York. Dimensions of the largest awl are 17.5 cm. by 1 cm.

1973

35mm slide: 14875

New York

Full Record: x-21130/21130

BONE AWLS: Bone awls made form the joint bones of the deer. Approximate age is from 1550 to 1575. Location- Adams Site, Livonia Center, New York. Dimensions of the largest awl is 19 cm. by 1.5 cm.

1973

35mm slide: 14876

New York

Full Record: x-21131/21131

BONE NEEDLES: Weaving needles were made from deer's ribs. Approximate age is from 1590 to 1615. Location- Factory Hollow Site, West Bloomfield, New York. Dimensions of the largest needle are 17 cm. by .5 cm.

1973

35mm slide: 14877

New York

Full Record: x-21132/21132

BONE FISH HOOKS: Most fish hooks were made form turkey's leg bones. This slide shows the sequence of manufacture from the rectangular blank bone to the finished fish hook. Approximate age is from 1590 to 1615. Location- Factory Hollow Site, West Bloomfield, New York. Dimensions of the largest bone fish hook are 4.5 cm by 1.5 cm.

1973

35mm slide: 14878

New York

Full Record: x-21133/21133

FISH HOOKS IN PROCESS: Two nearly finished bone fish hooks illustrates the ingenious method of making two fish hooks from one piece of bone. Both pieces were found together in a post mould. Approximate age is around 1400. Location- Fort Hill Site, LeRoy, New York. Dimensions of these nearly finished bone fish hooks are 7 cm. by 1 cm.

1973

35mm slide: 14879

New York

Full Record: x-21134/21134

BONE HARPOONS: A unilateral single barb and a bilateral multiple barbed harpoon of bone. Approximate age is from 1550 to 1575. Location- Adams Site, Livonia Center, New York. Dimensions of the largest harpoon are 16 cm. by 2 cm.

1973

35mm slide: 14880

New York

Full Record: x-21135/21135

MULTIPLE BARBED HARPOON: A unilaterally multiple barbed bone harpoon with line hole. Approximate age is from 1670 to 1687. Location- Beale Site, Victor, New York. Location- Beale Site, East Bloomfield, New York. Dimensions are 20 cm. by 2.5 cm.

1973

35mm slide: 14881

New York

Full Record: x-21136/21136

DETACHABLE HARPOON HEAD: A detachable bone harpoon point with line hole. Approximate age is from 1645 to 1660. Location- Power House Site, Lima, New York. Dimensions of the harpoon head are 10 cm. by 3.5 cm.

1973

35mm slide: 14882

New York

Full Record: x-21137/21137

ANTLER FLAKING TOOLS: Flint chipping tools were made from the deer's antler, with many having an expanded end showing scars from use. Approximate age is from 1645 to 1660. Location- Power House Site, Lima, New York. Dimensions of the longest are 18.5 cm. by 1 cm.

1973

35mm slide: 14883

New York

Full Record: x-21138/21138

ANTLER ARROW POINTS: Conical antler arrow points were made form the sharpened tines of the deer's antler. Approximate age is from 1670 to 1687. Location- Boughton Hill Site, Victor, New York. Dimensions are 6 cm. by 1 cm.

1973

35mm slide: 14884

New York

Full Record: x-21139/21139

ANTLER WRENCH: A two pronged deer's antler used as an arrow shaft wrench. Approximate age is from 1645 to 1660. Location- Power House Site, Lima, New York. Dimensions are 10 cm. by 2 cm.

1973

35mm slide: 14885

New York

Full Record: x-21140/21140

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.

1973

35mm slide: 14886

New York

Full Record: x-21141/21141

ANTLER DICE: Round platter dice cut from deer's antler then ground and polished. One surface usually shows blackening from burning. Approximate age is from 1590 to 1615. Location- Factory Hollow Site, West Bloomfield, New York. Dimensions are from 1.5 cm. to 2 cm. x 1.5 cm. to 2 cm.

1973

35mm slide: 14887

New York

Full Record: x-21142/21142

ANTLER LADLE: An antler ladle with a climbing animal effigy handle. Approximate age is from 1645 to 1660. Location- Power House Site, Lima, New York. Dimensions are 16 cm. by 5 cm.

1973

35mm slide: 14888

New York

Full Record: x-21143/21143

ANTLER CUP OR POWDER MEASURE: A small cup like container made from deer's antler having a perforation at its base for tying. Approximate age is from 1645 to 1660. Location- Power House Site, Lima, New York. Dimensions are 5 cm. by 2.5 cm.

1973

35mm slide: 14889

New York

Full Record: x-21144/21144

DELFT WARE PENDANT: Dutch Delft ware began appearing on Seneca Sites soon after the 1640's. The first pieces were highly prized and even the fragments were saved and made into pendants. Approximate age is form 1645 to 1660. Location- Power House Site, Lima, New York. Dimensions are 5 cm. by 4 cm.

1973

35mm slide: 14890

New York

Full Record: x-21145/21145

THREE LEGGED GLAZED PITCHER: A brown glazed three legged crockery pitcher with a small pouring spout and a single large handle. The pitcher has an unglazed bottom. Approximate age is from 1660 to 1675. Location- Dann Site, Honeoye Falls, New York. Dimensions are 12 cm. by 12 cm.

1973

35mm slide: 14891

New York

Full Record: x-21146/21146

BLUE ON GRAY GLAZED RHENISH JUG: A large blue on gray glazed Rhenish stoneware jog with shield like geometric decorations, with a pewter lid and a single large handle. Approximate age is from 1660 to 1675. Location- Dann Site, Honeoye Falls, New York. Dimensions are 19 cm. by 14 cm.

1973

35mm slide: 14892

New York

Full Record: x-21147/21147

GREEN GLAZED JAR: A small green glazed jar was found inside a brass kettle and contained six French coins (Lairds). Age is from 1670 to 1687. Location- Boughton Hill Site, Victor, New York. Size is 6.5 cm. by 5.5 cm.

1973

35mm slide: 14893

New York

Full Record: x-21148/21148

BLUE ON GRAY GLAZED JUG: A small mouth blue on gray glazed Rhenish stoneware jug with a single small handle and three large shield decorations on its sides. The bottom of the jug has been broken off. Approximate age is from 1670 to 1678. Location- Boughton Hill Site, Victor, New York. Dimensions are 15 cm. by 11 cm.

1973

35mm slide: 14894

New York

Full Record: x-21149/21149

YELLOW SLIPWARE CUP: A small yellow glazed, brown spotted, slipware cup, probably made in Staffordshire or Bristol, England. Age is 1800 to 1814. Location- Canawaugus Site, Caledonia, New York. Size is 6 cm. by 6 cm.

1973

35mm slide: 14895

New York

Full Record: x-21150/21150

WHITE GLAZED BOWL: A large bowl decorated with yellow, blue, green, and brown painted fruit and flower design. Approximate age is from 1800 to 1814. Location- Creek Site, Western New York. Dimension are 7 cm. by 15.5 cm.

1973

35mm slide: 14896

New York

Full Record: x-21151/21151

BURNING GLASS: A round glass magnifier used to focus the sun's rays to ignite tinder. Approximate age is from 1650 to 1670. Location- Marsh Site, East Bloomfield, New York. Dimensions are 4.5 cm. by 4.5 cm.

1973

35mm slide: 14897

New York

Full Record: x-21152/21152

ORNAMENTAL GLASS PRUNTS: Three green glass prunts (side ornaments on decorated glass bottles) were saved by the Indians after the bottles were broken. Approximate age is form 1670 to 1687. Location- Boughton Hill Site, Victor, New York. Dimensions are 2 cm. by 2 cm.

1973

35mm slide: 14898

New York

Full Record: x-21153/21153

OVAL GLASS MIRROR: An oval glass miror or looking glass. Approximate age is from 1750 to 1779. Location- Honeoye Site, Honeoye, New York. Dimensions are 7 cm by 4.5 cm.

1973

35mm slide: 14899

New York

Full Record: x-21154/21154

GLASS RUM BOTTLE: A green glass rum bottle or puddle bottle. Approximate age is from 1750 to 1779. Location- Honeoye Site, Honeoye, New York. Dimensions are 19 cm. by 11.5 cm.

1973

35mm slide: 14900

New York

Full Record: x-21155/21155

GLASS PERFUME BOTTLE: A clear perfume bottle with a thistle flower decoration cut into two sides. The glass stopper is still in place. Approximate age is 1800 to 1814. Location- Creek Site, Western New York. Dimensions are 6.5 cm. by 2 cm.

1973

35mm slide: 14901

New York

Full Record: x-21156/21156

SILVER WINE TASTER: A small two handled silver wine taster made of spun sheet silver. Four hallmarks are stamped on one side: A "T" on the shield, a tiger, a lion's head, and the initials "W.C." on a shield. The cup was made in London, England in 1637 by "W.C.", and on the bottom of the cup the owner has his initials engraved (H.I. or I.H.) Approximate age is 1645 to 1660. Location- Power House Site, Lima, New York. Size is 7.5 cm. by 7.5 cm.

1973

35mm slide: 14902

New York

Full Record: x-21157/21157

SILVER WINE TASTER: Close up of the Hallmarks on the silver wine taster made in London, England in 1637 and pictured in slide 13-13 (#14902). Age is 1645 to 1660. Location- Power House Site, Lima, New York. Size is 7.5 cm. by 7.5 cm.

1973

35mm slide: 14903

New York

Full Record: x-21158/21158

SILVER PLATED BRASS BASIN: A silver plated brass basin with a 1.5 cm. wide rim. Many knife cuts and scratches appear on the inside bottom and sides indicating the basin's use as an eating container. Approximate age is from 1660 to 1675. Location- Dann Site, Honeoye Falls, New York. Dimensions are 3 cm. by 17.5 cm.

1973

35mm slide: 14904

New York

Full Record: x-21159/21159

SILVER SEAL WITH HANDLE: A cast silver seal with a bird coat of arms engraved on the surface, has an ornamental handle for holding the seal. Age is 1675 to 1687. Location- Rochester Junction Site, Mendon, New York. Size 2.5 cm. by 1.5 cm.

1973

35mm slide: 14905

New York

Full Record: x-21160/21160

PEWTER TANKARD: A small pewter tankard that originally had a hinged pewter lid. Approximate age is from 1660 1675. Location- Dann Site, Honeoye Falls, New York. Dimensions are 8.5 cm. by 6 cm.

1973

35mm slide: 14906

New York

Full Record: x-21161/21161

PEWTER BOWL: An oval shaped pewter bowl with two shell shaped pewter handles. Approximate age is from 1660 to 1675. Location- Dann Site, Honeoye Falls, New York. Dimensions are 5 cm. by 11 cm.

1973

35mm slide: 14907

New York

Full Record: x-21162/21162

PEWTER BOTTLE: A squat pewter bottle with a nipple like top that is perforated to allow liquid to be sucked or shaken out. This could have been used as a Holy Water container or may have been simply used as a baby's pacifier or feeding bottle. Approximate age is from 1650 to 1670. Location- Marsh Site, East Bloomfield, New York. Dimensions are 14 cm. by 7 cm.

1973

35mm slide: 14908

New York

Full Record: x-21163/21163

PEWTER SPOON: An Elizabethan style, wide mouth, rat tailed, pewter spoon having a single perforation through the handle to permit hanging. Approximate age is from 1675 to 1687. Location- Rochester Junction Site, Mendon, New York. Dimensions are 18 cm by 6 cm.

1973

35mm slide: 14909

New York

Full Record: x-21164/21164

CATLINITE DISC PIPE: A Midwestern type disc pipe made of catlinite from the famous mines at Pipestone, Minnesota. This indicates very early westward trade. Approximate age is 1500. Location- Richmond Mills Site, Ontario, New York. Dimensions are 17 cm. by 8 cm.

1973

35mm slide: 14910

New York