Michigan/Wisconsin C.4000-1000 BC. Collected in Canada where it ended up by trade, or less likely, migration. 3 5/8” length, skillfully worked with needle point one end and rectangular section “knife” point the other. Used to puncture hide for stitched seams in the production of everything from clothing to tents. Ex: Vietzen Collection, Indian Ridge Museum, Elyria Ohio.

Stock Number: FNS4157d


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