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    • Projectile point 46

    • Arrowheads; Indians of North America; Indians of Central America
    • Triangular shaped blade w/ many chips on edges. Edges are concave (due to chipping after initial manufacture). Barbs flair downward slightly and the stems side expand slightly toward base. Base is convex. Color-dark charcoal grey.
    • Gourd cup

    • Drinking vessels
    • This drinking container is made from the dried, hollowed-out shell of a gourd. The container may also be called a calabash, named after the French and Spanish words for gourd.
    • Fluting iron

    • Irons (Pressing); Equipment
    • This is a rocking style metal fluting iron with two parts. The top part, with a handle, is embossed with a horseshoe and the words "Good Luck." The rectangular base has ridges that correspond to those in the top piece. After heating the base of...
    • Composing stick and wooden letter blocks

    • Typesetting; Printing industry
    • Used in printing, this shallow wooden tray, called a composing stick, has a metal screw device at one end that allows the length to be adjusted after inserting the letter blocks to make up a line of type.

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