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    • Pick

    • Pick

    • Agricultural machinery & implements

    • This hand tool has a metal head with two pointed ends. Its wooden handle is approximately 2.5 feet long. Originally used as an agricultural tool, the pick is often used to break up hard surfaces.
    • Bale hooks

    • Bale hooks

    • Agricultural machinery & implements

    • Pointed metal rods are bent through a ring to form bale hooks used to hold sacks or bales of cotton or hay.
    • Tobacco cutter

    • Tobacco cutter

    • Agricultural machinery & implements; Cast ironwork

    • Embossed with "Brown Mule, 1 inch 2 inch, R.J.R. Tob Co. N 3019," this cast iron tobacco cutter uses a hand operated lever to raise and lower the cutting blade. Holes in the base allow the cutter to be mounted on a wooden platform or base. Most...
    • Scythe

    • Scythe

    • Agricultural machinery & implements; Scythes

    • The long, curved wooden handle with two handgrips is attached to a metal blade. The curved blade has a sharp edge on one side and a grooved edge on the other, forming a hook.
    • Apron

    • Apron

    • Aprons; Clothing & dress

    • Made of pink cotton, this child's apron has a round collar with white lace edging. The ends of the short, wide sleeves are also trimmed with white lace. The apron has a front neckline opening with five small white buttons, and it has two small...
    • 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 2

    • Projectile point 2

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

    • Is red and has a triangular shaped blade that has straight edges. Shoulders are barbed and flair downward. The stem is contracted.
    • Projectile point 3

    • Projectile point 3

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

    • Is gray and has a triangular shaped blade. Edges are concave and one edge is chipped. Shoulders are barbed and flair out horizontally. Stem is slightly expanded and the base is both straight and convex.
    • Projectile point 4

    • Projectile point 4

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

    • Is an elongated slender triangular shape w/ no stem. Edges are slightly convex, the base is straight, but one corner of the base is chipped.
    • Projectile point 5

    • Projectile point 5

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

    • Is red and has a triangular shaped blade. One blade edge is convex and the other is recurved. One shoulder is squared and the other is barbed. Stem is bulb shaped.
    • Projectile point 6

    • Projectile point 6

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

    • Is red and tan petrified wood. Triangular w/ slightly convex sides. Tip is somewhat worn. Edges slightly serrated. Stem is parallel-edges to slightly expanded. Weak shoulders.
    • 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.
    • Projectile point 8

    • Projectile point 8

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

    • This projectile point is yellowish tan and has a slender triangular shaped blade. The blade edges are serrated. the shoulders slope upward slightly. The stem is 1/3 of total height of the projectile point and intracts down to a rounded tip.
    • Projectile point 9

    • Projectile point 9

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

    • Is yellowish tan and the blade edges are recurved and serrated. Shoulders are not formed well, they are small and undefined. Stem edges are contracted and the base is straight.
    • Projectile point 10

    • Projectile point 10

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

    • Is gray and has a triangular shaped blade - one blade edge is uneven and chipped - the other is straight. The shoulders are sloped upward. The stem is expanded and the base is straight.
    • 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 12

    • Projectile point 12

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

    • Is tan and its blade is triangular. Blade edges are convex. There is no stem and the base is concave. One shoulder is chipped off.

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