Cramahe Archives Digital Collection

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  • Point
        Ochre brown colour, notched, 3.2 cm (1¼ in) length.
      Ochre brown colour, notched, 3.2 cm (1¼ in) length.
  • Point
        Grey, rounded base, 6.4 cm (2½ in) length.
      Grey, rounded base, 6.4 cm (2½ in) length.
  • Point
        Chert
      Chert
  • Apple Growing in Cramahe
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  • 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 ...
  • An Ancient Indigenous Adze, Gouge and Three Points
  • Basket
        A black ash splint woven basket, likely from Alderville First Nation or Mohawks of Quinte Bay, Tyendinaga, which was used for harvesting apples in Colborne. The basketweaver used wide and narrow splints to create a sturdy basket which was capable of holding a heavy load of apples. A leather strap, ...
      A black ash splint woven basket, likely from Alderville First Nation or ...
  • 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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