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        Chert
      Chert
  • Gouge, possibly Late Archaic tradition, Lake Forest
        This gouge may date to 3000 to 300 B.C., a period which archaeologists refer to as a Late Archaic tradition known as Lake Forest. Aboriginal men used this tool to create wooden bowls, dugout canoes and framing for homes. The gouge itself was sculpted from a large stone, ground down ...
      This gouge may date to 3000 to 300 B.C., a period which ...
  • Point
        Grey, rounded base, 6.4 cm (2½ in) length.
      Grey, rounded base, 6.4 cm (2½ in) length.
  • Point
        Ochre brown colour, notched, 3.2 cm (1¼ in) length.
      Ochre brown colour, notched, 3.2 cm (1¼ in) length.
  • Late Woodlands Adze, possibly Iroquois (1400-1650)
        Found by Harold Harnden in Lakeport. Finely shaped and smoothly finished stone hand tool with tapering blade at one end. 6 3/8" l. x 1 1/2" w. 1" h. / cm = 16.3 l. x 3.8 w. x 2.5 h. Adhesive sticker residue on flat side of adze. Colborne Heritage ...
      Found by Harold Harnden in Lakeport. Finely shaped and smoothly finished stone ...
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