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    • Clay marbles

    • Clay marbles

    • Marbles (Game); Games; Toys

    • The set of eleven unglazed, fired clay marbles are varied in color and size. Seven of the balls are black; three are in shades of brown and tan; and one is brown and black. Marbles can be used for a variety of children's games, and are often...
    • Clay pipe

    • Clay pipe

    • Pipes (Smoking); Tobacco pipes; Clay

    • Red oxide gives this oval shaped clay pipe its reddish color. A seam in the pipe indicates that it was probably made using a mold. A portion of the pipe surrounding the neck has been broken off and repaired with plaster. The pipe is marked in ink...
    • Glass bottle

    • Glass bottle

    • Bottles; Glassware

    • This dark amber cigar shaped glass bottle is embossed with a tobacco leaf design. The bottom of bottle tapers to a rounded point with a hole in the tip. Bottles such as this were made unique and dramatic in color, texture and shape to warn of...
    • 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...
    • Hairpin lace

    • Hairpin lace

    • Lace; Lace making; Needlework

    • Using a hairpin shaped metal frame and a crochet hook, crocheted hairpin lace is made by wrapping yarn around the frame forming loops that are held together with crochet stitches in the center. Strips of this type of lace can be stitched together...
    • Projectile point 11

    • Projectile point 11

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

    • Is asymmetrical and gray in color. Blade is triangular and has straight edges. One shoulder is slightly barbed and the other sweeps upward. The stem is contracted and the base is rounded.
    • Projectile point 24

    • Projectile point 24

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

    • Is brown in color. Drill portion has a blunt tip and expanding edges. Drill is 1/2 the total height of artifact. Stem expands asymetrically and the base is uneven (both concave and convex).
    • Projectile point 47

    • Projectile point 47

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

    • Point is triangular in shape with straight sides and a slightly, convex base. It's reddish/brown in color.
    • Projectile point 50

    • Projectile point 50

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

    • Blade is triangular in shape. Edges are slightly convex but uneven. Barbs extend downward and the stem is triangular shaped with a blunt end. It's color is reddish/yelllow.
    • Projectile point 51

    • Projectile point 51

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

    • Triangular in shape. Edges are recurved. Barbs angle downward. Base is flat the color is milky yellow with some red flecked through it.
    • Projectile point 53

    • Projectile point 53

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

    • Blade is triangular in shape, edges are straight. Shoulders are squared off. The stems sides are parallel and the base is straight. Color of the point is yellow/tan.
    • Projectile point 54

    • Projectile point 54

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

    • Point is yellow/brown in color and has a triangular shaped blade. One shoulder slopes upward and the other is squared off. The stem sides are parallel to each other and the base is convex. The edges of the blade are straight.
    • Projectile point 55

    • Projectile point 55

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

    • Point is Gray in color and has a slender triangular shaped blade. One barb sweeps upward, the othe is missing. The stem is bulb-shaped.
    • Projectile point 57

    • Projectile point 57

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

    • Color of point is red. The blade is triangular with straight edges. The shoulders are at right angles to the stem. The stem is contained and somewhat rounded at the base.
    • Projectile point 61

    • Projectile point 61

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

    • Yellow/brown in color w/ dark gray flecks in it. Blade is triangular with striaght edges. The shoulders are barbed and the stem is slightly larger than the shoulders. Stem is contracted to a rounded point.
    • Projectile point 69

    • Projectile point 69

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

    • Triangular shaped blade w/ convex edges. One shoulder sweeps upward. The other is squared. Stem is contracted. Gray in color.
    • Projectile point 76

    • Projectile point 76

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

    • Triangular in shape with straight sides and a straight base. One corner at the base is chipped. Point is milky white/creme in color. The side edges are slightly seriated.
    • Tertiery Flake

    • Tertiery Flake

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

    • Flake has one smooth side & one side has a ridge on it. Edges are irregularly shaped; one is basically convex, the other is recurved. The 'stem' is expanded. It is charcoal in color.

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