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    • Boat stone

    • Boat stone

    • Rocks

    • A smooth, oval, light brown boat stone has a hollowed center and black markings on back. The term boat stone, commonly used to identify this type of artifact, comes from the general boat shape of the stone. The boat stone served as a weight or...
    • Glass bottle

    • Glass bottle

    • Bottles; Glassware

    • This is a clear glass Stone Fort Beverage bottle. In producing the bottle, color was applied to the bottle and then fired into the glass. One side of the bottle has a label with a white background and "Stone Fort Beverages" lettered in green with...
    • Stone celt

    • Stone celt

    • Axes; Rocks

    • The stone celt axe was an important tool in ancient America, used to chop or cut wood. Celts are made of various kinds of stone and can vary considerably in shape.
    • Souvenir spoon

    • Souvenir spoon

    • Spoons; Souvenirs

    • This small sterling silver souvenir spoon has a decorative design in the bowl of the spoon inscribed "Old Stone Fort Erected 1619, Nacogdoches, Tex." along with an engraved image of the stone building.
    • Stone Fort Rifles Texas Militia Hat

    • Stone Fort Rifles Texas Militia Hat

    • Hats; Clothing & Dress; Uniforms

    • Stone Fort Rifles Texas Militia hat. Flat black leather brim which is squared off in front. On either side of brim is a gold button bearing a 5 point star and letters T-E-X-A-S surrounding star, a gold rope is attached to the two buttons and lays...
    • Mano

    • Mano

    • Rocks; Grinding

    • This round hand stone has two flat sides with small concave depressions on each. The mano was used in conjunction with a metate, or grinding stone, to crush grain or seeds.
    • Metate

    • Metate

    • Rocks; Home food processing

    • This grinding stone, a reddish triangular rock, has a small central depression. A metate, or mealing stone, is a mortar used to process grain and seeds during food preparation.
    • Saloon token

    • Saloon token

    • Scrip

    • This saloon token is from the Old Stone Fort Saloon in Nacogdoches, Texas. One side of the token is marked "Good For One Drink" and the other side "Old Stone Fort, Richard Cole, Propr., Nacogdoches, Tex." Tokens have no monetary value and are used...
    • Mano

    • Mano

    • Rocks; Grinding

    • This round hand stone, or mano, has a smooth surface. It was used in conjunction with a metate, or grinding stone, to crush grain or seeds.
    • Metate

    • Metate

    • Home food processing; Rocks

    • This grinding stone, a brown oblong rock, has a darker central depression. A metate, or mealing stone, is a mortar used to process grain and seeds during food preparation.
    • Souvenir plate

    • Souvenir plate

    • Tableware; Souvenirs

    • The Old Stone Fort in Nacogdoches, Texas, is shown amid green grass and blue sky on this small Dresden china plate. A caption below the image is lettered "Old Stone Fort, Nacogdoches, Texas." The bottom of the plate is marked "Made in Germany for...
    • Souvenir plate

    • Souvenir plate

    • Tableware; Souvenirs

    • This blue and white glazed ceramic plate is decorated with a floral edging. It depicts historic sites in Nacogdoches, Texas, including the Old Nacogdoches University, Adolphus Sterne House, Old Stone Fort, Thomas J. Rusk Monument, Peter Ellis...
    • Souvenir plate

    • Souvenir plate

    • Tableware; Souvenirs

    • The Old Stone Fort in Nacogdoches, Texas, is depicted on this Dresden china plate. The pale yellow rim of the plate features a floral design and gold edging.
    • Wooden gavel

    • Wooden gavel

    • Gavels

    • This gavel is made from wood from the Old Stone Fort in Nacogdoches, Texas. The head is designed with carved bands and the handle has turned detailing. Gavels are ceremonial mallets used to call for attention in court proceedings or to punctuate...
    • Projectile point 1

    • Projectile point 1

    • Arrowheads; Indians of North America; Indians of Central America

    • Is made of brown stone. Edges are recurves. Shoulders are squared w/ one tip chipped. Stem edges are parallel and the base is straight w/ one corner slightly chipped. Blade is triangularly shaped.
    • Projectile point 7

    • Projectile point 7

    • Arrowheads; Indians of North America; Indians of Central America

    • Is a tan stone. Triangular blade w/ concave edges are slightly serrated. Base is slightly convex. Stem is rectangular w/ shoulders ar 90 degrees Angles to it.
    • Metate

    • Metate

    • Home food processing; Rocks

    • This black stone grinding tool is shaped with tripod legs and a flared bowl at its concave center. Metates were used for processing grain and seeds during food preparation.
    • Metate

    • Metate

    • Home food processing; Rocks

    • This black stone grinding tool is shaped with tripod legs and a flared bowl at its concave center. Metates were used for processing grain and seeds during food preparation.

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